Introduction The DataGridView control available as a part of Windows Forms controls in Visual Studio 2008 is much more powerful than it's previous versions. This tutorial is a basic introduction of how to write a simple data driven application using Visual Studio 2008 wizards without writing a single line of code. In my next articles, I will talk about more detailed features of the DataGridView control. The DataGridView control provides a powerful and flexible way to display data in a tabular format. You can use the DataGridView control to show read-only views of a small amount of data, or you can scale it to show editable views of very large sets of data. This control also let's you display data in a master-details view. With the DataGridView control, you can display and edit tabular data from many different kinds of data sources. Binding data to the DataGridView control is straightforward and intuitive, and in many cases it is as simple as setting the DataSource property. When you bind to a data source that contains multiple lists or tables, set the DataMember property to a string that specifies the list or table to bind to. The DataGridView control supports the standard Windows Forms data binding model, so it will bind to instances of classes described in the following list:
Raj Kumar Beniwal is two time Microsoft MVP(Client App Dev) and four time C# Corner MVP, working as project manager with lots of hands on experience using ASP.NET 2.0/3.5, AJAX, MVC, C#, Visual Basic .NET, SQL Serv... Read more
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