In VB.NET 2005, how can I have a DataGridViewButtonColumn display different text for every row based on a sql recordset?

Hello,

I am using VB.NET 2005.
I have a form with a datagridview that is being populated by a datatable filled with results from a sql resultset.
One of my columns is a DataGridViewButtonColumn.
I want the text for each one of the buttons to display the value that is returned from sql.
I know how to have the button cell in every row to display the same text, but i don't want that. I want it to display the different results from sql.

Anyone know how to do this?

Thank you

Jason
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grayeCommented:
That's suppose to be the default behavior for the DataGridViewButtonColumn.   In fact, you'd have to manually set the UseColumnTextForButtonValue property to True in order override the defaults.

Show us a bit of code on how you've got the data bound to the control

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fesitAuthor Commented:
Wow....
Don't I feel dumb.
I changed the value of UseColumnTextForButtonValue  and never changed it back to see what happened with the default value.  I was just over thinking it.....


Well, thank you - easy 500 points.
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