How to create a collapsible nested gridviews of some sort??

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

Only using the Framework 2.0, is it possible for me to create some sort of collapsible nested gridview?

Say I have a customer table and order table.
I also have a gridview showing customers and I click one of the customer row from the gridview, I want to show his orders below that row.

I can't use anything else than 2.0 framework.
Can you direct me how I need to do this please?
Thanks much.
Question by:dkim18
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    >>I can't use anything else than 2.0 framework.

    If you don't want/can't use any 3rd party are a som tutorials on how to do it yourself...


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