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Problem with MSHFlexGrid and ADO

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An ADO recordset of ADO data control containing some records with following attributes:
name as string
amt  as  single
cdt  as  date
 
date format is dd-mm-yyyy.
The date format in regional setting of control panel is also dd-mm-yyyy
But when MSHFlexGrid displaying data, it is representing date field as yyyy-mm-dd.
Expecting solution for showing date in grid as reccordset's date format.
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Take a look at this it might help

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Check your regional setting in control panel
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