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Data bound ListView control

, 24 Nov 2003 CPOL
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C# implementation of data bound ListView control

Introduction

This is a data bound / data-aware ListView control written in C#. Well, since I didn't find such control for C# - I’ve decided to convert the existing one, from MSDN, originally written in VB. I made just a few small changes to the original code:

  1. null object referenced properties are displayed as empty strings now (originally was NullReference exception text)
  2. I set ListViewItem.Tag property to the referenced object.

Disclaimer

I am not an author / person, who originally wrote this control in VB. Please address all questions to the original author: Rockford Lhotka, Magenic Technologies Inc. Original code and article located at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnadvnet/html/vbnet08262002.asp

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This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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Alex Cherkasov
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Senior System Architect with 11+ yrs experience. Masters degree in CS (PhD is
in progress). Experienced in design and implementation of enterprise wide computer systems,
n-Tier applications, application servers, computer vision, image analysis and
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GeneralFor a really databound listview PinmemberNoiseEHC27-Nov-03 4:12 

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