Use of Grid in VB.Net

Posted on 2002-05-01
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Hi All

actually I want to use a grid to show some data entered by user. There are several combo boxes and text boxes. After populating them, user will press "Add Step" and a row will be shown on a grid on the form. Likewise, the grid will be filled up, to be later saved in a database table.In VB6 I used MS HFlexGrid. But I can't find any counterpart to use in VB.Net. Could you please help me out? How can I use the older Hierarchical Flexigrid control in VB.Net? How can I add such "Components" in a project, as  see only Add Reference is provided in VB.Net IDE.
Thanks in anticipation.

Gautam De
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DataGrid is the only answer.
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Yes the flexgrid does not exist in .Net
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