MVC :: Do 2 Strongly Typed Html Helpers Ignore The DisplayFormat Attribute

Apr 30, 2010

I am using the MetaDataType DataAnnotation to validate my models in an MVC2 application. I also apply the DisplayFormat annotation so that currencies and dates are formatted the way I want. This method works for the original Html Helpers such as :

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When I used the new strongly typed helpers:

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the formatting never gets applied. Is there a way around this?

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