How to add a Title for datagrid?
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I need a datagrid control that has following features, besides other regular stuff like paging, sorting, filtering, etc:
The user should be able to -
1. Select columns to view
2. Select column Sequence
3. Select default sort column
4. Store the setting (as a view) and use it on next visit.
5. llow multiple such views to be stored for a user for future use.
All these settings should be saved and when the user comes back he gets the same settings.
Really appreciate your time and would love to get any ideas.
I have Resource file...
I am using following code for Display Lable Text...
and I want to use that name for page title...
so I used "me.page.resources.resource.NAME" in code behind page.
but I want to use that NAME in
Dropdownlist Show the all PatientName and save the PatientID in the database and in datagrid showing the PatientID my requirement is that the PatientName show in DataGrid.
how to do ?
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