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Can you create & see columns in a datagrid before a dataset is bound to it?

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Hi all,

I have a datagrid on a form which is not populated until the user enters
selection criteria and clicks a button. Rather than have a blank datagrid
when the form is displayed, I would like to have the columns headings that
are to be displayed actually there. Is this possible?

I know how to create a DataGridStyle programatically and add columns, so I
added this chunk of code to the "page_load" event and nothing happened. Am
I on the right track?

Any help appreciated.
regards,

Mac

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Mac,

I did not try this, however you can try it with setting the rowfilter from
your defaultview (or dataview) in an impossible format in advance. Than
there should be now rows showed only a header. (Don't forget than to set as
well the allow properties to false)

Just an idea

Cor
Nov 21 '05 #2

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