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Custom Paging GridView in ASP.NET & Oracle.

, 1 Dec 2009 CPOL
ASP.NET Gridview with Default and Custom Paging, Sorting, Export Data, Freeze Header, Column Resizing, Row Hover, Row Selection, Grid Cell Tooltip features for better Performance, functionality and GUI with Oracle Database

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11 - publicly available No 2-Dec-09 0:06 Available Deeksha Shenoy
10 No 21-Jan-10 5:11 Composing Murali Manohar Pareek
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Murali Manohar Pareek
Software Developer (Senior) Secure Meters Ltd.
India India
I have an experience of 9+ Years in .NET Framework v.1.0-4.5, VB.NET, C#, Windows Service, XML, ASP.NET, HTML, AJAX, CSS, LINQ, WCF, Java Script, HTML5, JQuery, Knockout.js, Angular.js, Bootstrap, MS Access, MS SQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, MemCached, Enterprise Architect, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Virtual Earth, Google Map, Dundas & MS Charting, Crystal Report, Google Analytics, QTP (HP Quick Test), AQtime.

I love to work in R&D sphere. My favourite programming languages are C# and ASP.NET. I also love to help others.

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