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Default Datagrid / DateTime Format Setting


Could anyone suggest me how to set the Datetime format when we bind the data from Ms.Access file to Datagrid control ?

Thank you for your kind teachings!

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if you are using bound columns try following option:

goto property builder - columns

Select the date column you want to format. Set Data Formating Expression as {0:d} for short date format and {0:D} for long date format.

For more details about formatting expression refer to MSDN

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also be sure
to set HtmlEncode="False" to the BoundField

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