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FORMAT Propert of Datagrid ColumnStyle

Posted on 2004-09-02
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I am using the DataGridColumnStyle Collection Editor

What would I put in the FORMAT field to make a boolean into a CHECKBOX...currently it displays TRUE/FALSE.

What would I put in the FORMAT field to make a datetime SQL to display dd-mmm-yyyy instead of dd/mm/yy

Thanks for you help!
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I figured out the second part...just typed dd-MMM-yyyy into the format field...
Just need to know the first part...
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make it a DataGridBoolColumn instead of a DataGridTextBoxColumn
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How do you do that? I am using the DataGridColumnStyle Collection Editor.
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Found it...thanks
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