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Customize the 'SELECT' statement on the client side using the in-browser Query Builder.
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This demo illustrates how to supply the Grid View with data using the DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Query Builder control. This control allows you and your end-users to visually construct SQL ‘SELECT’ statements.

Click Query Builder above the grid view control to start customizing a 'SELECT' statement.

Use the Save button on the Query Builder toolbar to generate a SQL string and assign it to the Grid View’s SelectCommand property.