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Prevent the sizing of the column headers in an ATL composite control. Also, see how you can share a small amount of simple data among multiple processes running on the same machine without Remoting.
MSDN Magazine June 2003
If my SQL column is UnitPrice, that's how it shows up in my templates. ok fine.
Now is there a way to customize the column header so it says "Unit Price" without changing AutoGenerateColumns to false & recreating the header & columns myself?
And if not, how can I modify the Edit.aspx fields? It was no problem with the gridview, but form view seems a little different.
Thanks for the help!!
I created a picture library. The picture size, preview, and File type columns are of computed types. Is it possible to hide them?
Hi, I was somewhat surprised and happy to see that the t-sql statement below can be used to dynamically build my pivot column headers. I was also surprised to see that either it is smart enought to build the headers alphabetically or I'm
incredibly lucky. Date is a char(7) column in my table with format yyyy/mm.
Anyway, it would be really cool for me if the headers were build descending instead of ascending. I tried using a view to do this but the thing has a mind of its own. I'll start writing a function but would like to know if the community knows
of a better way.
It generates a string that looks something like ...