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How to show array type field in grid column in Web Forms?

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How to bind the array data to the grid column?

Array Data Structure:

string FirstName

string LastName

List<Address> Addresses


and Address looks like

string Address1

string Address2

string City

string State

string Zip


Displaying Address1 in the grid column.


We can bind the array data to the grid column using.” Operator as follows.


    <ej:Grid ID="Grid" runat="server">
            <ej:Column Field="FirstName" HeaderText="First Name">
            <ej:Column Field="LastName" HeaderText="Last Name">
            <ej:Column Field="Addresses.0.Address1" HeaderText="Address">



        .Columns(x =>
                x.Field("FirstName").HeaderText("First Name").Width(100).Add();



ASP.NET Web Forms Grid Output



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