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    GridView commandfield button based on recordset value?I’ve got a sql table containing a nullable int field named DataID.
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    Is it possible to create a single CommandFieldButton column in the
    GridView containing a button where the text displayed is a function of
    the DataID field contents? For example, let’s say if DataID is NULL,
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