There’s multiple ways you can try and annotate the format directly on your model.
Note, however, that if you’re using automatically generated Model classes (this is the case if your project is database-first, for example), your changes will be overwritten when you next (auto-) update the Model.
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For a while I really hated the developer who did this, but after a bit of consideration, I started hating myself issues since I spent like an hour changing the formatting at all different levels, before realizing they had decided to override it at the View for Date Time directly. Probably they had ran into issues with formatting, and just decided to brute-force their way out of it.
And it worked just fine, until they decided to change the format later, and forgot to change this override, too. So, see below how to do this: For the most of the time, don’t do this.
NET MVC, most of the concepts and the general order of things apply for ASP. Furthermore, a lot of the different methods and layers also apply to datetime formats in any . And of course, there’s a bunch of tips for date formatting very specific to Entity Framework and even Microsoft SQL Server as well, so you should get some valuable tidbits of info for that tech as well!If this sentence rings no bells and you have no idea what I’m talking about, just check out your -files for your Model classes for something like this in the beginning of the file. If there’s a comment like that in your classes, it means you should not modify them.They’ll be overwritten if you ever need to recreate them from the database.In this case, you need to use View Models for the annotations.Using View Models instead of Models might be a good idea just in general. They kind of offer you a new level between the Model and View – to offer a dedicated place for some simple logic and formatting, or to add new fields that don’t actually go to database (but are rather used for calculated values) instead of cluttering the Model or Controller (or, heavens forbid, the VIEW) with this code.