[Expand]General Information
[Expand]WinForms Controls
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  ASP.NET Bootstrap Controls - Overview
 [Expand]Getting Started
 [Collapse]Grid View
  [Expand]Binding to Data
  [Collapse]Data Representation Basics
     Data Columns
     Command Columns
     Unbound Columns
     Accessing Columns
     Column Moving
     Column Resizing
    Customization Dialog
  [Expand]Data Summaries
   Cell Merging
  [Expand]Focus and Navigation
  [Expand]Data Editing
  [Expand]Master-Detail Relationship
   Export Overview
   Data-Toggle Attribute
 [Expand]Card View
 [Expand]Data Editors
 [Expand]Site Navigation
 [Expand]Site Layout
 [Expand]Redistribution and Deployment
 [Expand]API Reference
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 End-User Documentation


The Bootstrap Grid View control is designed to display and edit tabular information. Data sources present this information using data fields and records. In the Grid View, data fields are represented as columns and a record is displayed as a data row.

There are two types of columns.

  • Data Columns

    Data columns are used to display and edit data. There are fifteen types of data columns used to display and edit various types of data (e.g., string, Boolean, DateTime, memo data).

  • Command Columns

    Command columns allow end-users to switch the Grid View to an edit mode, update data, select data rows, etc.

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