ASP.NET asp:Table how do I swap rows in server side code

Asp code
<asp:Table id='tabel1" runat="server">
<asp:TableRow id="trow1">
<asp:TableCell>
Row1
</asp:TableCell>
</asp:TableRow>
<asp:TableRow id="trow2">
<asp:TableCell>
Row2
</asp:TableCell>
</asp:TableRow>

</asp:Table>

I want to swap row1 with row2.
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Anil GolamariCommented:
You can swap table rows on the client-side by swapping the cell contents of the
current rows and the row to swap. The following method takes three parameters:
the current table row element, a Boolean to indicate whether the row should move
up, and a Boolean to indicate whether the first row should be ignored.

function SwapRows(rowElem, dirUp, ignoreFirstRow) {
var rowElemToSwap = (dirUp) ? rowElem.previousSibling :
rowElem.nextSibling;
// Firefox returns a blank text node for the sibling
while (rowElemToSwap && rowElemToSwap.nodeType != 1) {
rowElemToSwap = (dirUp) ? rowElemToSwap.previousSibling :
rowElemToSwap.nextSibling;
}
if (rowElemToSwap && !(ignoreFirstRow && rowElemToSwap.rowIndex ==
0)) {
var rowCells = rowElem.cells;
var colInner;
for (var i = 0, loopCnt = rowCells.length; i < loopCnt; i++) {
colInner = rowCells[i].innerHTML;
rowCells[i].innerHTML = rowElemToSwap.cells[i].innerHTML;
rowElemToSwap.cells[i].innerHTML = colInner;
}
}
}
For reference: http://www.karamasoft.com/whitepapers/JavaScript-Tips-Part1.pdf
Can you try this.

Good Luck.
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tn-vadimcCommented:
           TableRow tmpRow = new TableRow();
            tmpRow = tabel1.Rows[0];
            tabel1.Rows.Remove(tabel1.Rows[0]);
            tabel1.Rows.Add(tmpRow);

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TheAnvilGroupAuthor Commented:
Although javascript would work and is a good solution, I was asking for server side code.
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