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Is there a way to render an object's fields in a DataGridView?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application

I'm well aware a DataGridView can render the properties of objects that are in a collection, within a DataGridView.

But is there a way, any way at all to render fieds (even if they must be public) ?

We have a utility that is able to "display" dynamically created collections of objects whose type is only found at runtime.

Some of these objects may be simple with no properties defined, and we'd like to render these but I have no idea how to do it.

I do have some vague recollection that I read this was possible (some attributes or something) but have had no luck finding much on the web about this issue.

I can't even a find a definitive MSDN document that says "Only properties can be rendered" so naturally I'm open minded...





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