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15 Jul 2012
I have a table : employee
eno ename sal
1 nani 100
2 mani 200
3 sweths 150
4 sailu 050
5 lux 120
6 pavani 030
I need the above data in the following format in grid view
" The first row value in table data should display in first row first cell of grid view",
" The second row value in table data should display in first row second cell of grid view",
" The third row value in table data should display in first row third cell of grid view",
" The fourth row value in table data should display in second row first cell of grid view",
" The fifth row value in table data should display in second row second cell of grid view",
" The sixth row value in table data should display in second row third cell of grid view",
Date: 15/Jul/2012 Rating:
Your question is not clear
You are telling
" The first row value in table data should display in first row first cell of grid view"
But your first row in table contains 3 columns (eno,ename,sal), you mean to say you want all 3 columns should show in first cell of grid ?
and Similarly the others
If so, then you have to do programmatically on RowDataBound of grid. The way you want to display. Else you can go with datalist, which can be customized as per your requirement.
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