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What control do I use if I want to display a muti column list of rows and on selection they should trigger an event. I am using windows app in .net
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Check out the below link. Hope it helps.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ez0wd97x(v=vs.80).aspx

Once you added the control, select the required function from the event properties
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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The previous link is for FoxPro. Useless in for a .NET application.

If you are working with a Windows Application, do not post in the ASP.NET topic. ASP.NET is for Web development, not Windows Applications.

You can use a DataGridView or a ListView. A ListBox can also be used in some situations. I would sometimes create a UserControl that I repeat in a FlowLayoutPanel. It depends on the type of data, whether the columns needs to be of fixed widths with line separators, whether you need to react to individual columns or only to the row itself.
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I have decided to go for a GridView but i am facing this error attached. I am receiving on line 60 after setting datasource to the grid.Any fix to this
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Prob resolved...
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Sorry, it was the night for me.

You usually do not use DataMember with a DataGridView. It is useful only when the grid is working with a DataSet that has multiple tables.

And by the way, you have made a common mistake. You do not use a DataSet when you have a single table. The role of a DataSet is to maintain relations between many tables. If you have only one, it is useless and simply adds extra overhead.

Simply use a DataTable object and use Fill on that object instead of the DataSet:

DataTable dt = New DataTable();
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pagingAdapter.Fill(dt);
DataView dvEmp = dt.DefaultView;

Also, do you really need a DataView? If you do not sort or filter later on, the DataView is also useless. You can assign the DataTable directly to the DataSource, so your GetData method could simply return the DataTable.

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Thanks for the reply, that helped.
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