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How to programmatically code the ultrawingrid from Infragistics in c# to to behave as hierarchical  grid

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I am looking to prgammatically  write code for wingrid to behave hierarchically..
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I suspect, most people here didn't ever hear about Infragistics. Not often questions about  Infragistics are answered here. Probably, the best way is to go to http://www.infragistics.com/ and register with them. They have a forum and support.
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