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e.Row.Cells[i].Visible = true; e.Row.Cells[i].Visible = false;
I notice that if I make the BoundField invisible all the time, then no data is bound for the Entry field (for any customer) but, of course, then I can't display the data for the one particular customer that has small data. . . . This requires further explanation: By setting the control's Visible property to false, I am not able to toggle it to being visible in the Code-Behind in RowDataBound, for some reason. Thus, I have been removing the visible property from the ASP.NET control BoundField and set it only in the Code-Behind.
<asp:BoundField DataField="Entry" HeaderText="Entry" SortExpression="Entry" />
Can anyone help me to display my desired column and perform a Data Bind only when I am displaying it?
<asp:BoundField DataField="Entry" HeaderText="Entry" SortExpression="Entry" visible="false" />
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