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GridView lookups displaying as “id;#value”
I am using an ASP.net gridview. The datasource is SPList.Items.GetDataTable(). The gridview is working fine; however, lookup and multilookup columns display as "id;#value". Is there any way to just ...
Nov 27 '10 at 21:28
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