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How to convert COM Collection to .Net Collection



I want to assign Datasource to DataGrid in .Net.

ArrayList is not Working.
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>How to convert COM Collection to .Net Collection
Add a reference to the COM object via the menu:  Project->"Add Reference" Dialog.  Select the COM tab and find your library to incorporate.  .Net will quickly convert an interop library set that will be your middle-man in talking with the COM library.  
Next you will need to tell .Net that you want to use the library in your code by declaring...

using Excel;  //let's say I incorporated the office 2000 COM libraries.
//now at this point you can begin making calls into the COM library.

>I want to assign Datasource to DataGrid in .Net.
>ArrayList is not Working.

make sure that you have the following library set at the top of your page..

using System.Collections;

if ArrayList is still not working... is this a Web Application or Windows Application?  When calling the ArrayList can we see a code snippit?
Best of luck,
Chris
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