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1. cast Timestamp to Date ?    forums.oracle.com

2. TimeStamp Problem    forums.oracle.com

3. Timestamp.getTime() , Date.getTime()    forums.oracle.com

Let's suppose, since we aren't told this, that you are asking about java.sql.Date and not about java.util.Date. You've read the documentation and learned that a Date object doesn't have a time component, correct? And that a Timestamp component does have one? If the Timestamp's time component is 00:00:00.000000 then I would expect its getTime() method to return the same as the ...

4. Converting a hexadecimal Timestamp to Date    forums.oracle.com

5. Date as String to TimeStamp    forums.oracle.com

7. How to trim timestamp from a Date value    forums.oracle.com

Dates in java are just a long indicating millis since the epoch, jan 1, 1970 00:00:00. The display is just that, a display, in which you use the SimpleDateFormat to determine what the user sees. It has no other meaning, and you cannot construct a Date object that doesn't have a time. ~Tim

8. String to timestamp conversion    forums.oracle.com

10. TimeStamp    forums.oracle.com

Hi I think in your DateService.getTimestamp() you are using a variable(static or some) which is updated by the second time it is calling. Means when you call the java.sql.Timestamp cts = DateService.getTimestamp(dateTo,webUser.getManagers().getProperty("date.format.input")); cts is getting a reference to avariable which is getting reset or updateded by second call. try the given code String dateFrom = request.getParameter( ReportParams.DATEFROM1 ); String dateTo = ...

11. Conversion Date to Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

12. Timestamp with nanosecond precision    forums.oracle.com

13. How can I parse a String to Timestamp type??    forums.oracle.com

14. How to get date from timestamp?    forums.oracle.com

15. Convert DateTime to TimeStamp    forums.oracle.com

16. Java timestamp, time conversion    forums.oracle.com

Hi, I need to convert a java timestamp which is in EST/EDT (Eastern standard/daylight time) to a timestamp in MST (mountain standard time) that reflects the time in MST. Here is the code i have written. I wanted to know if there was a better way of doing this: private Timestamp convertToMST(Timestamp stamp){ TimeZone tzMST = TimeZone.getTimeZone("MST"); TimeZone tzLocal = TimeZone.getDefault(); ...

17. Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

18. Timestamp in date    forums.oracle.com

19. Java converts wrong Timestamp    forums.oracle.com

20. Date to Date with timestamp    forums.oracle.com