Infragistics Grid : How to set two line display in a cell

Sometimes we require to show a two line display in a grid cell. This usually happens when we have columns like OrderNo and Order Code and we want to display both in one cell. It is also a useful practice when we have too many columns and we want to display all the details. So the values can be shown using a line seperator in the cell.This can be achieved using " InitializeRow" event. This event is fired for every row. So we can set the details here like this:Visual Basic .NET Code:e.row.cells.fromKey("OrderNo").Text=e.row.cells.fromKey("OrderNo").Text +"" + e.row.cells.fromKey("OrderCode").Textore.row.cells.fromKey("OrderNo").Text=e.row.cells.fromKey("OrderNo").Text +ControlChars.crlf + e.row.cells.fromKey("OrderCode").TextThe fromkey collection can be used or you can also use the cell index to find the appropriate cell. Offcourse, you have to hide OrderCode column in the "InitializeLayout" event.~SandeepThoughts on Life, Events and Current Happenings...
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Using Infragistics Web tools : NetAdvatage

What is Infragistics:Infragistics NetAdvantage tools are specially designed to provide feature rich User Interface to Window and Web applications. Infragistics tools are available to download (trial Version) from www.infragistics.com. The latest released version is 5.3. It is a set of web and windows controls like UltraWebTree, UltraWebGrid, UltraWebPanel etc. Same sort of tools are available for windows as well.How To Use:You have to download the installer from the infragistics website and run it. After the installation is over, it will create a shortcut in you start menu. There you can find a option called "create Infragistics Tab for VS" . Click on this and it will create a new Tab in your toolbox with the heading "Infragistics". It will displat appropriate controls availble for the type of application you are creating. For example, if you are working with windows application, it will only display the window controls.Why to Use:Infragistics controls are really good to provide exceptional user interface with a...
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Biztalk 2006 Beta 2 Released

BizTalk 2006 2.0 Beta Officially Launched!BizTalk Server 2006 has now been officially launched! It is avalaible at Microsoft's Website to download.So, what does this mean?It means a new build is available. It is the Community Technical Preview (CTP) build. I have downloaded it today and I am going to install it. It seems to be terrific.I was using Biztalk 2006 CTP release 1.0. Now, I have to chanfge it to the new version. In CTP 1, except some installation problems, it was good. Now, I hope those problems will be solved in CTP 2 release.The best part of the CTP build is it includes four new BizTalk 2006 Adapters (Oracle DB, Oracle Apps, PeopleSoft, and Siebel). It comes with the biztalk licence.I have read the white papers on Microsoft website about Biztalk 2006 Runtime changes and Installation procedure. It looks cool. Everything you need to start with Biztalk is there,Here are some useful links:Download is available at :http://www.microsoft.com/biztalk/evaluation/bts2006beta.mspx- Works on...
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Group Meeting Minutes : 5th Feb 2005

Hi All, Thank you for the participation in group meeting. Today we had a group meeting total 10 members were there. Congratulation to those who have got the goodies and best luck for all the non attendees for the next time. Everybody got some goodies. Here is the list of goodies: 1 . Sonal Vishanav: MSDN Magazine + MS Academic resource Kit CD 2. Kamlesh Tailor : Ineta T-Shirt + TEchEd Academic CD + MSDN Magazine 3. Nishant Dubey : Ineta T-Shirt + MSDN Magazine + Intel APP Perfromance CD 4. Sandeep Sharma : .NET Asia Magazine + Visual Studio 2005 Beta CD 5. Jeevan Anjana : Ineta T-Shirt 6. Amit Verma : .NET Asia Magazine + TechAd Asia 2004 CD 7. Hemant Soni : .NET Asia Magazine + Intel APP Perfromance CD 8. Sanjay Jadam : MSDN Magazine + Intel APP Perfromance CD I would like to thanks INETA and Community Coordinator to send us...
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This is my first Post

Hello, Greetings All. All of a sudden I started blogging. I learnt a lot from M.Rajesh, Anand M and Abhishek Kant about how to post a blog and why to use a blog. Previously, I used to think that why to type a lot abt your activities , your pros and cons on the web. But then I myself realised that it is a good way, to feel better. Thanks all. Regards Sandeep Joshi Thoughts on Life, Events and Current Happenings...
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