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ASP.net VB.net referring to dynamically created GridViews

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Hi

How do I refer to a GridView that has an ID created dynamically  using code like the following

   Dim oGridView As New GridView
        oGridView.ID = "xChartGridView" & Cstr(oCounter)

Something like:
Dim G as GridView = Controls(xChartGridView" & Cstr(oCounter))
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You can use FindControl method as well as the technique I mentioned in other thread of maintaining a List(of GridView) variable in session.
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Thanks very much
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