it fixes the issue Create a class say TableManager Pass your table view to this class and let this class provide the data for all your tableviews. Differentiate between the tableviews by settings tag values to them.
will help you Ok, so i've found a very good solution using template parts. I've designed some template part for the common form sections (following this guide on www.informit.com, then i've added them to the complete form template by building each block using,when needed, the right template part. to teylyn for the help (luckly i didn't have to write to a list or use vb or c# code in my template part, only in the main template).
Most semantically sound approach to listed sections
will help you Reading through the HTML5 specification, it turns out that li elements are allowed to contain section elements; the specification for section categorizes it as Flow content which is conforms with li's Content model. Consequently, I'll write my markup as illustrated in the original example (which I previously assumed was illegal). Whether my intuition that the semantic implication is a list of structurally identical sections is still unclear (to me), though.
Form Processing - Detection of Boxes to Separate Sections