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Daniel PontzerSubject: Recursive definitions not presented nicely by Gridview
Author: Daniel Pontzer
Date: 19 Feb 2008 08:57 AM
Originally Posted: 19 Feb 2008 08:54 AM
I'm attaching an XML File that employs a recursive definition. <Block>s can contain <Field>s or <Block>s. <Field>s on either side of the sub<Block> are collapsed into one table. Even though Grid View does not reorder the data, it would be nice if had the option to present the data in the actual order that it appears in the XML file. For the given example, this would mean creating two tables for <Block>/<Field>. One for each side of the <Block>/<Block>.

Thanks for your consideration,
Dan Pontzer

Recursive XML File

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