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Urgent--Infragistics UltraGrid: Setting as not visible some the wanted headers.

Posted on 2001-09-13
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Kind all ,
I am using the Infragistics UltraGrid OCX...I would need to set as not visible some columns depending on the name that appears on their related headers.
For ex: I have a columns whose visible header is "flg_default"..I would like that this header with all the data associated to it be not visible to the user of the application.
Thanx for your attention. regards

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We are using the earlier Infragistics grids so I don't know if this will work.

Try

me.GRIDNAME.columns(COLUMNNUMBER).visible=false

The COLUMNNUMBER is me.GRIDNAME.col

Hope this helps

mlmcc
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