Put An ImageButton In A TemplateColumn Manually?

Nov 17, 2010

I have to create a DataGrid with dynamic columns and I want to put an ImageButton in a TemplateColumn. If the DataGrid is NOT DYNAMIC, I put this code on the .aspx page like this : (this first part of code is just to explain, it isn't what I want to do)


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