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GUI for creating a grid view of user defined headers that are based on a closed set of fields
Business need is for ability to see a grid of values for custom fields that are created by user. Example of business need. Take Microsoft Visual Studio for example. MVS has a closed set of fields for ...
Aug 15 '13 at 13:01
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