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Creating multiple ultragrid on runtime

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Last Modified: 2013-11-15
I need to create multiple ultragrid dynamically on run time
Can someone please provide me the sample code

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What is an "ultragrid"
Top Expert 2006

@Kevon:  An UltraGrid is the 3rd party control released by Infragistics that mimics a .NET datagrid.

shieldguy, I've been following your line of questions for the past few days, and it seems like you're heading down a very difficult path.  Creating grids on the fly and binding them to a dynamically built dataset with an unknown number of datatables......it just spells trouble.  What's the premise behind the functionality your building?  Perhaps it could be created in a much simpler fashion if we knew what you were trying to accomplish.


I am developing the application VB.Net and Sql server is the database, and I am generating a simple report no other functionality is required. I really appreciate if you could tell me about any other options

Top Expert 2006
My knee-jerk reaction is to suggest using Crystal Reports.  Since you've defined it as being a report and no functionality is needed, then it seems that a report object would serve you much better than trying to lay out grids on a form dynamically.  An OEM version of Crystal is usually bundled with Visual Studio, if you don't already have it.

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