[dba-VB] Datagridview in vb.net 2005

Charlotte Foust cfoust at infostatsystems.com
Thu Jul 10 18:19:13 CDT 2008

It should be possible.  We do similar things with Infragistics grids,
which are based on the vanilla Winforms variety. The expression/formula
for the unbound column should probably be something like [FinishDate] -
[StartDate].  However, that assumes all dates are populated.  Are they?

Charlotte Foust 

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Hi All
Is possible in datagridview to subtract a finish Date from a  start Date
and show the result in a unbound column on the same row by using  the
Expression property.
If it is an example will be most useful

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