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Listbox DisplayMember and DateTime Format

Hello,

I am binding a DataSet to a listbox. This listbox is used to set the
current binding for an appointment page. A problem I have is that there
can only be one appointment per day and I would like the listbox to
only display the Date and not the Time. In otherwords, I want the
DisplayMember to call ToShortDateString() rather than ToStirng(). Or,
could I apply a formater or a format event to this basic binding.

Any help would be appreciated.

Feb 7 '06 #1
1 5296
One possible way you could try is the make the value a string rather
than DateTime. For example you could modify the SQL to convert date to
appropriate string before filling the dataset, or you could manipulate
the dataset itself.

Thi

Feb 7 '06 #2

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