Custom bi-directional sorting in GridView

Posted by: mikes web log, on 01 Feb 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One of the things I like is how as you work with ASP.NET (or anything), your instincts develop a bit and you can figure out how to do stuff with only a few dents in your forehead where you've been banging it against the keyboard. I have an app that uses a GridView control to display some information. The GridView control includes sorting (for free), which is bidirectional (also for free). First you set AllowSorting[1] to true, them for each column (bound or templated), you set a sort expression....

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