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1. Java: Date.getTime() not including time?    stackoverflow.com

Can't understand why the following takes place:

String date = "06-04-2007 07:05";
SimpleDateFormat fmt = new SimpleDateFormat("MM-dd-yyyy HH:mm");
Date myDate = fmt.parse(date); 

System.out.println(myDate);  //Mon Jun 04 07:05:00 EDT 2007
long timestamp = myDate.getTime();
System.out.println(timestamp); //1180955100000 ...

2. Java Timestamp valueOf    stackoverflow.com

I came across a code snippet like this: Timestamp expiryDate = Timestamp.valueOf(dateStr + " " + "23:59:59.000"); Here dateStr is a string entered by the user in a form, in the format ...

3. Output RFC 3339 Timestamp in Java    stackoverflow.com

I want to output a timestamp with a PST offset (e.g., 2008-11-13T13:23:30-08:00). java.util.SimpleDateFormat does not seem to output timezone offsets in the hour:minute format, it excludes the colon. Is there a ...

4. System.currentTimeMillis() for a given date?    stackoverflow.com

Since java.util.Date is mostly deprecated, what's the right way to get a timestamp for a given date, UTC time? The one that could be compared against System.currentTimeMillis().

5. Timestamp Response is Incorrect - BouncyCastle    stackoverflow.com

Trying to request a timestamp (RFC 3161) by using BouncyCastle and connecting to http://timestamping.edelweb.fr/service/tsp. I do get a TimestampResponse back from the server but it seems to be without ...

6. Java Timestamp - How can I create a Timestamp with the date 23/09/2007?    stackoverflow.com

How can I create a Timestamp with the date 23/09/2007?

7. Timestamps in Ant log?    stackoverflow.com

Is there an easy way to have the Ant logger (default or other) add a timestamp to each message? The only way I can think of is to use the Log4jListener and ...

8. output timestamp in ant    stackoverflow.com

The Ant buildfile snippet below is an attempt to simply output the time before and after each sql script is run. I cannot change the structure of the Ant targets ...

9. Java Date cut off time information    stackoverflow.com

I have a Java Date object containing date and time information, e.g. 2008-01-01 13:15:00. I want to write a method that cuts off the time information so I only have the ...

10. Ant: How can I subtract two properties (containing timestamps)?    stackoverflow.com

I'm working on an ant script. In this particular part, I need to get the current month, as well as the prior month. I was thinking something similar to


11. Timestamp, timers, time question    stackoverflow.com

I've been Googling Java timestamps, timers, and anything to do with time and Java. I just can't seem to get anything to work for me. I need a timestamp to control a while ...

12. how to convert timestamp string to java.util.Date    stackoverflow.com

I need to convert a timestamp string to java.util.Date. E.g.: MMDDYYHHMMSS to MM-DD-YY HH-MM-SS Where MM is month, DD is date, YY is year, HH is hours, MM is minutes and SS is ...

13. How to convert string date to Timestamp in java?    stackoverflow.com

I want to convert string Date into Timestamp in java. The following coding i have written.I have declare the date for date1 is: 7-11-11 12:13:14.

SimpleDateFormat datetimeFormatter1 = new SimpleDateFormat(

14. Getting compilation timestamp of a java class    stackoverflow.com

Is it possible to reliably determine the compilation time stamp of a given class for both java applications running locally and as applets and/or JNLP webapps ?

15. Why is my System.nanoTime() broken?    stackoverflow.com

Myself and another developer on my time recently moved from a Core 2 Duo machine at work to a new Core 2 Quad 9505; both running Windows XP SP3 32-bit with ...

16. Java SSL/TLS ignore expired cert? (java.security.cert.CertPathValidatorException: timestamp check failed)    stackoverflow.com

I am having an issue with a api that I communicate to via SSL. I am thinking the exception is coming due to the fact that the SSL cert has expired. ...

17. How to convert a Date between Jackson and Gson?    stackoverflow.com

In our Spring-configured REST-server we use Jackson to convert an object into Json. This object contains several java.util.Date objects. When we attempt to deserialize it on an Android device using Gson's ...

18. Multiplying f timestamp and average    stackoverflow.com

Here is the coding for timestamp and average of pixel. how to multiply timestamp value and average value?? Coding for timestamp:

public class GetTimeStamp {

  public static void main(String[] args) {

19. Storing objects addressable by id and sorted by timestamp    stackoverflow.com

I'm building an application and I need help finding a data structure to do what I want. Background that gets about 100 events per second. These events have 3 pieces, a String ...

20. Java: convert a time from today to a timestamp    stackoverflow.com

I am using Java 6, and I have a time from the current date as a string, like this: 14:21:16, and I need to convert this to a Timestamp ...

21. Using a different initial date for Epoch    stackoverflow.com

All, I am working with a binary specification whose TimeStamp fields are defined as "Milliseconds since January 1, 2000 UTC time". I am doing the following calculation:

public static final TimeZone UTC ...

22. Time measuring overhead in Java    stackoverflow.com

When measuring elapsed time on a low level, I have the choice of using any of these:

Both methods are implemented native. Before digging into any C code, does anyone know if ...

23. Problem with timestamping a PDF using Java and iText    stackoverflow.com

Im writing a app for signing and timestamping PDFs using iText and Java. Because we (in Slovenia) have different approach for getting timestamp from our TSA (via web service, using certificate and ...

24. How to change a long variable to a Timestamp in Java?    stackoverflow.com

How do I change a long variable to a Timestamp variable? I can convert it to a String but I need to convert it to Timestamp in order to use it ...

25. How to change long variable to Timestamp in java?    stackoverflow.com

Do you know how to change a long variable to Timestamp variable ? I can convert it to a String but I need to convert it to Timestamp in order to ...

26. Properties.store() - suppress timestamp comment    stackoverflow.com

Is it possible to force Properties not to add the date comment in front? I mean something like the first line here:

#Thu May 26 09:43:52 CEST 2011
I would like to get ...

27. datetime datatype in java    stackoverflow.com

Which data type is java can hold current date as well as time.I want to store datetime in db as well has i want to have a field in the java ...

28. How to get the date from a timeStamp long value?    stackoverflow.com

I tried to compare date and time of two timeStamp long values as follows.

Timestamp st1 = new Timestamp(1313045029);
        Timestamp st = new Timestamp(1313045568);


29. Midi timestamp in seconds    stackoverflow.com

What is the formula for timestamp in second? The tick is actually a timestamp From Midi DumpSequence:

tick 0: Set Tempo: 88.0 bpm
tick 0: Time Signature: 4/4,

MIDI clocks per metronome tick: 24,
1/32 per 24 ...

30. Java + Bouncycastle: Separate timestamp possible?    stackoverflow.com

Is it possible to create a digital signature in form of a separate timestamp using bouncycastle in Java? In my (pdf signing android) application I am able to create a digital ...

31. How to parse string date in to timestamp or date    stackoverflow.com

String fromDate = "12-Oct-2011 14:23:47";
SimpleDateFormat sdf1 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-mm-dd");   
java.util.Date fdate  = sdf1.parse(fromDate); 
It gives error
java.parseException: unpasable date:"12-Oct-2011 14:23:47"
I want to parse string into date.

32. how to convert date in java    stackoverflow.com

I am new in android . I have to convert following date into this time stamp (Wed Oct 12 14:17:42 GMT+05:30 2011)

Thu, 27 May 2010 12:37:27 GMT
This is the date that ...

33. Not getting unique timestamp    stackoverflow.com

I am generating unique ID for objects to be stored i am including the timestamp in it but i ran the for loop

    for (int i ...

34. setTime() throwing NullPointer Exception    stackoverflow.com

Timestamp[] lastreply = new Timestamp[100];
replyr = lastreplyr[i].getTime();
System.out.println("Replyr: "+replyr);
System.out.println("lastreply: "+lastreply[count]);
Replyr: 1321116689000
    at website.web.InboxReader.getLastReply(InboxReader.java:937)
    at website.web.InboxReader.main(InboxReader.java:55)
Why is lastreply getting null? In the code, count begins from 0. Thanks. ...

35. How to Convert TimeStamps to Ticks (PPQ) - Real Time Midi    stackoverflow.com

I'm currently reading in MIDI messages in real-time from my midi keyboard using a class that implements Receiver, and outputting the notes played. The only information i receive when I press a ...

36. Java - Unexpectedly large timestamp    stackoverflow.com

I'm comparing two timestamps. The first is the current time from System.getTimeInMillis() (or something to that effect, I don't have it in front of me). The second one is generated from ...

37. Timestamp    coderanch.com

hi can any one tell me how to calculate the timestamp between the server and the client irrespective of the client changes his system clock..ie, to be much more clear using the time zone between the server and client can i calculate the exact time difference in time including secs??? help me thanks in adv

38. Displaying Timestamp object in a form    coderanch.com

39. Updating timestamp field    coderanch.com

Hello, Im creating a reporting servlet which shows the values of the row for a certain username and then lets user make changes to it and updates it. If a user sets the timestamp field to blank in the form and hits 'update' button, it updates it to some random date and time instead of showing it blank. This is wut ...

40. Displaying timestamp field in excel    coderanch.com

if you were using oracle then I had recommended to use to_char() method. but still you can do it in either way. first format your date in desired way. you can do this by CONVERT(CHAR(8),your date column ,110) for MM-DD-YYYY Then while retrieving date from resultset retrieve it as rs.getString() instead of rs.getTimestamp() Change your method to public String getCreateTstamp() { ...

41. Convert a String to a Timestamp    coderanch.com

I'm tring to do this originally using the jakarta commons classes, but I don't have to. I'm trying to convert a String into a Timestamp using: ConvertUtils.register(new SqlTimestampConverter(), Timestamp.class); try { timestamp = (Timestamp)ConvertUtils.convert(fullStringTimestamp, Timestamp.class); }catch(Exception E) { E.printStackTrace(); } The fullStringTimestamp value is 2005-02-03 03:30.000000000 Could anybody please point me in the right direction as this is throwing a org.apache.commons.beanutils.ConversionException. ...

42. problem regarding Timestamp....    coderanch.com

43. Java Timestamp    coderanch.com

Hi all I am reading in two fields from a database, both are strings. The first string is in the format yyyymmdd(year month day) ex 20060801. The second is hhmmss(hours minutes seconds) ex. 231127. I have an object that takes a Timestamp as an argumnet to its constructor. I need to somehow manipulate these two strings into a time stamp so ...

44. Convert a Timestamp to Calander Object    coderanch.com

45. timestamp    coderanch.com

i'm making an insert into mySql (using php): INSERT INTO posts (data, titulo, texto) VALUES ( $data, '$titulo', '$texto') where: $data = $_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME']; now, i'm trying to read it using java: out.println(new java.util.Date(resultSet.getInt(2))); but i allways get: Wed Jan 14 10:55:45 GMT 1970, or Wed Jan 14 11:56:08 GMT 1970 and so on, but these dates refer to this year How ...

46. Convert to timestamp yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss a    coderanch.com

Hi; I have a jsp and passing start_date as a string with this format input string 2006-01-02 03:04:00 database timestamp: 2006-01-02 03:04:00 in the database, the java method expected Date '2006-01-02 03:04:00' as parameter . In the SQL it search like "select * from table where date1 >= '2006-01-01 12:13:00' and date2 <= '2007-01-02 12:13:00'" Here what I do: String inputDate ...

47. Timestamp Time Difference    coderanch.com

Hi, My program runs on one remote unix machine. And I use String today = new Timestamp(System.currentTimeMillis()).toString(); to get the timestamp. But weird thing is it prints out a very strange value, different from the output using the date command on unix. When issue a date command on bash, it prints: Fri Aug 10 01:51:21 GMT 2007 But java program prints: ...

48. timestamp with microseconds    coderanch.com

want the TimeStamp object to be created with the current day's TimeStamp along with the microseconds. Is there a way to do that. i was trying to create the TimeStamp like this:- new TimeStamp(new Date().getTime()); This doesn't return me the microseconds. If i use the System.nanoTime(). It gives the value comparing from the year 1970's . Can i get the exact ...

49. How to Simulate TimeStamp,Epoch    coderanch.com

Hi Friends, I am doing sensor network simulation project. In which I have some functions which deals with Timestamp (like getTimeStamp, becomeIdle, setEpoch). well I almost simulated whole network part i.e. Random Deployment of sensor nodes, Find the node within the sensing range (neighbours). Establish a routing path, sending packets etc. Well, Now I require to provide a timestamp for each ...

50. convert timestamp to date    coderanch.com

51. convert timestamp to double    coderanch.com

52. Timestamp part of java? Import perhaps..    coderanch.com

The code below is just a simple java clock from a book that I'm reading. However Timestamp gives me an error: Timestamp cannot be resolved or is not a type. Not exactly sure what I'm doing wrong, but see that there is no reference to Timestamp in my code, I would assume it is not a part of my imports. import ...

53. converting from timestamp to date    coderanch.com

Hi, thanks for you reply. I realise that the upper limit of an integer may be exceeded by that number, but I thought the long data type was for larger numbers? Either way, what I want to achieve is turning a timestamp, back into a readable date, which I can do in PHP, so I'm sure java has a function to ...

54. Timestamp    coderanch.com

First of all: thanks to Edwin and KiranKumar for response. I am going to try Edwin approach, see if it works I am trying to re-display the date that user enter in Timestamp format mm/dd/yyyy 6:00 AM. Does not matter what time they enter, if they enter today at 05/24/2006 11:15 pm, it should store into database as 05/24/2006 6:00 AM. ...

55. convert data type string to timestamp    coderanch.com

here is one more thing that you will have to change if you are trying to convert a string "2006-05-22 14:04:59:612" then the format you will use should be exactly the same "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss:SSS" other wise you will get a parse exception. and if you ask for a solution you will get one but i think you want a fully running ...

56. change data type from string to timestamp    coderanch.com

Maybe you don't understand the difference between a Timestamp object and the string representation of a Timestamp object. A Timestamp object contains a date and time. It does not have a specific format by itself. If you call toString() on a Timestamp, you might get a String that looks like "2006-01-02 00:06:00.0". The toString() method uses a default format, because it ...

57. Convert DateTime to TimeStamp    coderanch.com

59. How to convert now date to Timestamp ??    coderanch.com

60. Removing nano sec from TimeStamp    coderanch.com

61. java Timestamp    coderanch.com

62. timestamp in jdk1.4 and jdk1.7 (Gives two different result)    coderanch.com

Hi all, I want clarify one thing. I installed j2sdk1.4.2_03 and jdk1.7 in my system. when i run the following program it gives two different result in two version of java my system timezone setting is -08:00 (Pacific US & Canada ) import java.sql.*; import java.text.DateFormat; import java.text.SimpleDateFormat; import java.text.ParseException; class DB { public static void main (String args []) throws ...

63. convert timestamp to date    coderanch.com

65. Retrieving wrong date/time with Timestamp    coderanch.com

// get current moment in default time zone DateTime dt = new DateTime(); // translate to Sao Paulo local time DateTime dtSP = dt.withZone(DateTimeZone.forID("America/Sao_Paulo")); // prints out just fine... System.out.println(dtSP); // convert it to Timestamp Timestamp timestamp = new Timestamp(dtSP.getMillis()); // still gets the current time zone instead of the one I've defined above! System.out.println(timestamp);

66. What does timestamp plus 1 mean?    coderanch.com

67. shortening the TimeStamp to just the year/month/day?    coderanch.com

I think you are misusing the Date variable. The Date variable is a value that represents the a specific time (year/mo/date/time) in miliseconds from a reference point. It doesn't make sense to talk about a "shortened" version of the Date. When you output the date, you should use the formatter mentioned above to display/print the portion or format you desire for ...

68. Cannot convert Java timestamp into excel date    coderanch.com

Hi, Iam trying to convert the timestamp got from java. Date now = new Date(); DateFormat dfm = new SimpleDateFormat("DD-MMM-yyyy", Locale.US); now = dfm.parse(strDate); long timestamp = now.getTime(); I want to put this Long timetamp (for eg, It gives 1146805196045 for the date '31-JAN-2010' ) into Excel to convert back to date. In excel it shows '####' and tells negetive dates ...

69. can timestamp be given null values    coderanch.com

70. Counting number of weeks using timestamp    coderanch.com

Hi, I need to retrieve datetime from database in this format: 2010-08-28 06:24:22.0 place it in arraylist (timestamp), and sort the arraylist according to weeks from today's date. I am not sure how to go about arranging the dates and sort according to weeks. Can someone please guide me on where and how should i go about doing it? thanks

71. Assigning value of one timestamp to another    coderanch.com

I want to assign the value of one timestamp to another in java. eg: Timestamp1=timestamp2; now after that i write the following piece of code t1.setHours(00); t1.setMinutes(00); as a result of this even timestamp2 is getting changed. is this because they both point to the same object..how do i assign the value of timestamp2 to timestamp1?

73. string to timestamp    coderanch.com

Hi there, 1)I have a string of this type of format: dd MMM yyyy. 2)I want to end up with a Timestamp of this format: yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss I've gone back and forth between string, date, formatter, timestamp and I keep getting exceptions of all kinds, can anyone post a code that would begin with and end with the above formats in ...

75. Comparaison between 2 timestamp    dbforums.com

76. question (problem) about date and timestamp    forums.oracle.com

I have the following question; I would like to change the date-format into a timestamp format. This is what i have, Tue Jan 01 00:00:00 CET 2008 Mon Jan 21 00:00:00 CET 2008 And this is what i would like to get, 2008-01-01 0:00:00 2008-21-01 0:00:00 To get the date, i use this: String TmpSignaStart = rowSigna.getStartdatum(); Date TmpDatumSignaStart = new ...

77. String to Timestamp error..    forums.oracle.com

78. String to Timestamp error..    forums.oracle.com

79. Timestamp problem    forums.oracle.com

If what you needs is to get the date in format like dd/mm/yyyy, you can try to manipulate you date in sql statement. If not, you can use SimpleDateFormat Class to set the specify date format you need. You can get alot of replies if you search for this class of usage in google

80. Compile time timestamp?    forums.oracle.com

I don't think there are timestamps compiled into class files. But even if there were, the issue isn't just creating the timestamp, but retrieving it programmatically. I don't see anything in java.lang.Class (the likely place for such a thing) that seems to support that. If this info even exists, you can probably get it with BCEL, though. Assuming it exists. I ...

81. convert string to timestamp    forums.oracle.com

It would seem that you're getting your original string from formatting some Date object. Are you by any chance saving the formatted string in your DB or file? If so, then don't. You should be saving the Date/time as is. This is because that's the right thing to do (Date is a Date, not a String) and also to avoid losing ...

82. How to get Date or Timestamp value?    forums.oracle.com

Phaneendra_guggilam wrote: I tried by seeing api docs.I am getting 3 digits only for millisecond part.According to my requirement i need to get 6 digits for millisecond part. java.util.Date contains the number of milliseconds since the epoch (1/1/1971) and does not have the microsecond resolution you need for your required 6 digit display. One formats as a String a java.util.Date object ...

83. Timestamp , date and string formate    forums.oracle.com

84. Java Timestamp comparision    forums.oracle.com

85. How to display TIMESTAMP data on a chart that only accepts FLOAT    forums.oracle.com

Hello, Help required, can anyone think of workaround for the following problem: A 3D chart in Java that takes 3 Co-ordinates from a Database however there is a mismatch between required datatype 'Float' and actual datatype 'Timestamp' Is there a method to implement the following: float x = rs.getTimestamp(1); //first row of table however this obviously does not work float y ...

86. make timestamp from given s    forums.oracle.com

87. Incorrect Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

The code works fine for me. Granted, I'm on a newer version of Java, but this basic date & time handling has been working fine for a long time. Most likely it's something with how you've got your computer's TZ configured, or the TZ for Java itself (which normally one doesn't mess with, but you can override the OS's TZ with ...

88. Timestamp error    forums.oracle.com

public static void main(String[] args) { String date1 = null; String date2 = null; Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance(); for (int year = 0; year <= 10000; year++) { for (int month = 0; month <= 11; month++) { for (int day = 1; day <= Data.lastDay(month+1, year); day++) { cal.clear(); cal.set(year,month,day); date1 = new Timestamp(cal.getTimeInMillis()).toString(); date2 = date1.substring(0,10) + " 00:00:00.0"; ...

89. TimeStamp to String    forums.oracle.com

90. Doubt in timestamp in jdk1.4 and jdk1.7 (Gives two different result)    forums.oracle.com

Your time zone setting is okay. The problem is that the date you used is in October, which is in Daylight Saving Time, and you're telling the SimpleDateFormatter to treat it as Pacific Standard Time. Change the month to December and you'll see the results all match up. Alternatively, change the date to October 1 and the time zone to -0700 ...

91. Timestamp calculations help    forums.oracle.com

Hi everyone, I have a log file which contains the following entries based on timestamp (the gap between timestamp is 30mins), 2009/01/11 22:15, OPEN, 100, 100, 100, 100 2009/01/11 22:45, OPEN, 100, 100, 100, 100 2009/01/11 23:15, OPEN, 100, 100, 100, 100 2009/01/11 23:45, OPEN, 100, 100, 100, 100 2009/01/12 00:15, OPEN, 100, 100, 100, 100 Now I need to read ...

93. Data Timestamp cast    forums.oracle.com

I have a class which returns the birthday as Date. Now this class can be filled from the database where I get a java.sql.Timestamp from. So the debugger shows me for the same class a date and a timestamp (depending how I created them). The problem is that they are not equal.

94. retrieving timestamp data    forums.oracle.com

Post your errors--errors are there to inform what is wrong. When you ask for help, then telling those that you are asking help what the errors are; just because they are nonsensical to you does not mean that they are worthless, often they tell the exact problem. For instance, if you just pasted your code in from a cut, then you ...

95. Conversion of a String to a Timestamp value always give A.M. values    forums.oracle.com

Hi I have Strings of dates from 00:00:00 06/25/2008 to 23:59:52 06/25/2008. I am trying to convert these to timestamp values to enter into sql server database table as a datetime field. Here is my code. String s = 06/25/2008 00:00:01; //which is 12.00.01 a.m String s1 = 06/25/2008 12:00:01 // which is 12.00.01 p.m SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss"); ...

96. Constructing a micro/nano second Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

Hi, I was looking at how Java can manage Time with a precision of micro/nano seconds, and I found my self with a big problem: What I found: (1) Use java.sql.Timestamp (2) Construct a value with valueOf with the javadoc explained format (3) Obtain and process micros/nanos with get/set Nanos What I'm missing: How can I construct a Timestamp with microseconds, ...

97. having problem with java Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

Hey guys, I'm creating a Timestamp variable and then passing that variable to a method which is populating the Timestamp variable. When I get the value back its still null. Aren't all objects pass by reference? Am I missing something. Here is the code that I'm using Timestamp tStamp=null; boolean returnValue=someMethod(tStamp); I've checked the value of tStamp inside method and its ...

98. Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

Hello! The API says that the first constructor for the Timestamp class i deprecated. My question is why? The other constructor does not seem to be as useful as the deprecated one to me. Timestamp(int year, int month, int date, int hour, int minute, int second, int nano) Deprecated. instead use the constructor Timestamp(long millis) Timestamp(long time) Constructs a Timestamp object ...

99. Conversion of Date value to Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

Just a wild guess, but I am hopeful that you simply didn't realize that your question was non-sensical. Given a numeric value then YOU must provide meaning to that in terms of which part correspond to parts of something in date, time or timestamp. If that isn't clear to you then think about this, I give you the value "0000000000003F", so ...

100. About TIMESTAMP    forums.oracle.com