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Manipulate GridView

Posted on 2008-10-12
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Hello Experts, Im looking for an MS Supported way to acces/manipulate data in the CRM GridView/Resultview  i.e. that i want to change a value/row only for visualisation purpose, a write back to the db is not required.
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You won't find a supported way to do this - the SDK confirms that it simply isn't supported.
There are some blog postings in the community describing some methods for manipulating the grid though - check out this page which might point you in the right direction though: http://blog.odynia.org/archives/14-Colourising-Microsoft-CRM-Grids.html
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