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Is there a way to add a scroll bar to gridview in vb.net

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I was wondering if there is way of adding a scroll bar to a gridview instead of the paging option.. and also if some one can tell me what is the difference between using a datalist as compared to a gridview control in vb.net
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Mortaza Doulaty earned 250 total points
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You can do in this way:
Insert a container control, like Panel, and specify explicit height to it. Then add your grid view inside the panel.
It will shod scrolls it the height of the gridview is taller than the panel.
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