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69206 Oct 18,2007 01:45 PM UTC Oct 19,2007 11:35 AM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
gil patael
Asked On October 18, 2007 01:45 PM UTC

i want to know what is the difference between
GridDataBoundGrid and GridControl

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Replied On October 19, 2007 11:35 AM UTC

GridDataBoundGrid is a bound grid where you provide the data for the grid through setting its DataSource property. This makes this grid a column oriented grid in the sense that the values you see in a single column are all the same type, displayed with the same formats, etc.

GridControl is an unbound, cell oriented grid. You normally populate it by explicitly assigning values to each cell. The grid holds its own data. And, there is no expectation that everything in the one column is the same type. Properties can vary cell by cell. This grid also supports Excel-like formulas, and can be used in a virtual mode.


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