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22
awarded Popular Question
Apr
14
answered Accessing subnode in xml
Nov
28
awarded Yearling
Nov
27
comment Add text to row 1 in excel export listview
Its ok. Welcome :-)
Nov
27
answered Add text to row 1 in excel export listview
Nov
27
answered Reading an XML file with particular child having a multiple node
Nov
20
answered How to avoid xmlns="" in an XML-element added?
Nov
19
comment Getting "Error saving file" message (or) System.OutOfMemoryException (or) ContextSwitchDeadlock was detected
As we know, excel has limited rows. 65536 rows in excel 2003, 1048576 rows in excel 2007.just make sure in loop its not crossing these limits
Nov
19
comment Getting "Error saving file" message (or) System.OutOfMemoryException (or) ContextSwitchDeadlock was detected
Is your datatable is of fixed rows?
Nov
19
comment Please help me: how to deserialize this xml?
For serialization/Deserialization We should have same node name in XML and XSD.
Nov
19
comment Please help me: how to deserialize this xml?
Just rename NewDataSet class to CRMMessage and try.
Nov
19
comment Please help me: how to deserialize this xml?
Can yor share class view of NewDataSet ?
Nov
19
answered Please help me: how to deserialize this xml?
Nov
18
awarded Critic
Nov
18
answered The Value is not shown in DataGridView Cell
Nov
18
comment The Value is not shown in DataGridView Cell
just try this its working for me in my sample application: dataGridView1.CurrentCell.Value = "In"; dataGridView1.EndEdit();
Nov
18
answered The Value is not shown in DataGridView Cell
Oct
31
comment C# DateTime Format issue in Excel
Refer this it may help You msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8kb3ddd4.aspx
Oct
31
comment how can i add two columns programatically to my datagridview after binding the datagrid view in c#
Refer this to chage visual location of columns: link
Oct
31
comment how can i add two columns programatically to my datagridview after binding the datagrid view in c#
have yoy tried something like this:objDc1.SetOrdinal(2);objDc2.SetOrdinal(3);
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