to popluate a gridview from a database

we are using c#.net web application with Model View Presenter Pattern. To populate data in a grid view..getting records from database as array of string like  
public string[] GetAllUserGroups()
        {
            return Roles.GetAllRoles();
        }
i can see the value in the debug mode but
public string[] DataSource
    {
        set
        {
            this.ASPxGridView1.DataSource = value; //i got value here
            this.ASPxGridView1.DataBind(); //here iam getting error
        }
    }
at databind,iam getting error like :
A field or property with the name 'RoleName' was not found on the selected data source.
pls help me......


in ascx file which contains 
**************************************
<dxwgv:ASPxGridView runat="server" ID="ASPxGridView1" AutoGenerateColumns="False"
                                    EnableCallBacks="False" Width="200px" OnFocusedRowChanged="ASPxGridView1_FocusedRowChanged"> 
                                    <Columns>
                                       <dxwgv:GridViewDataTextColumn Caption="Available Groups"  FieldName="RoleName"
                                            VisibleIndex="0">
                                            <CellStyle Wrap="False" ></CellStyle>
                                        </dxwgv:GridViewDataTextColumn>
                                   </Columns>
                                    <SettingsBehavior AllowFocusedRow="True" ProcessFocusedRowChangedOnServer="True" />
                                                                     </dxwgv:ASPxGridView>
*************
ascx.cs file:
public string[] DataSource
    {
        set
        {
            this.ASPxGridView1.DataSource = value;
            this.ASPxGridView1.DataBind();
        }
    }
***************************
interface:
 string[] DataSource { set;}
****************
presenter :
base.View.DataSource = this._controller.GetAllUserGroups();
************************
controller contains
 public string[] GetAllUserGroups() 
        {
            return Roles.GetAllRoles();
        }

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carlsiyCommented:
it seems that you have a column names "RoleName" which is non existent in your datasource... better check the source.
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lotusnotesnewbieCommented:
Yeah as carisiy says check if your select query has the column RoleName selected.
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