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DevEx ASPxGridView - Show/Hide fields when combo box changes

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VS 2010, using DevExpress ASPxGridView to input data.  I have a GridViewDataComboBoxColumn that contains two values.  When the value changes, I need to show or hide several columns based on the combo box value.  Please give me some clear direction on this.

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Mihai Stancescu earned 500 total points
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Hi,


You can use this article on DevExpress for a good starting point
Hide controls on selectedintexchanged



Regards,
Mishu
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