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DataGrid Class (WSC Version)

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Submitted on: 6/9/2003 12:15:09 AM
By: Nick DelMedico  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility:ASP (Active Server Pages), HTML

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     A WSC DataGrid Class with examples you can just unzip and run. Nothing to register (unless you want to). This is just a WSC implementation of my DataGrid Class that was a contest winner in 10/2002.
 
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9/24/2003 12:48:44 AM

Great control. However ... using it in the UK, although the dates are in dd-mm-yyyy format in the database (Access 2000), the dates are forced into the US mm-dd-yyyy format when output by the control. Can anyone advise on how to wok around this, please? Nick Delmedico is not available on the published email address.

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9/24/2003 11:54:35 AMNick DelMedico

Rae, there is nothing in the code itself that formats the date. Any formatting of dates or currency that is not done manually (through scripting) is based on the Locale Identifier (LCID) which you can find more info on here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/server/iis/htm/asp/eadg9s8i.htm

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10/10/2003 10:31:19 PMSkill Worker

How to encode wsc file,
Is it possible?
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