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1. Java JVM time zone names via java.text.SimpleDateFormat    stackoverflow.com

Javadocs on java.text.SimpleDateFormat state the following on the "z" pattern letter:

z Time zone General time zone Pacific Standard Time; PST; GMT-08:00 ...

2. Strange problem with timezone, calendar and SimpleDateFormat    stackoverflow.com

Let's consider the following code:

SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm:ss dd/MM/yyyy", Locale.US);
long start = sdf.parse("10:30:00 30/09/2009").getTime();
long end = sdf.parse("10:30:00 30/10/2009").getTime();

Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance(Locale.US);
c.setTimeInMillis(start);
System.out.println("Start = " + c.getTime());
c.setTimeInMillis(end);
System.out.println("  End = " + ...

3. What could cause this SimpleDateFormat formatting error?    stackoverflow.com

I have a date stored as a java.sql.Timestamp in a database. The date is "2010-01-20T19:10:35.000Z" and is equivalent to 1264014635743 ms. Somehow, the date is formatted differently on the prod machine compared ...

4. Date parsing/formating with TimeZone and SimpleDateFormat problem around DST switch    stackoverflow.com

I went throe multiple posts about TimeZone and SimpleDateFormat on Google and Stack Overflow, but still do not get what I'm doing wrong. I'm working on some legacy code, and there is ...

5. Java SimpleDateFormat for time zone with a colon seperator?    stackoverflow.com

I have a date in the following format: 2010-03-01T00:00:00-08:00 I have thrown the following SimpleDateFormats at it to parse it:

private static final SimpleDateFormat[] FORMATS = {
       ...

6. Is there something wrong with SimpleDateFormat year and timezone formating    stackoverflow.com

I'm up to my wits end on this annoying problem. Basically couldn't fix this for a long time.

     java.util.Calendar calendar_now = java.util.Calendar.getInstance();
     java.util.Calendar ...

7. Java Timestamp string parsing    stackoverflow.com

I need to convert a string time stamp value into Java Date object. The string is in '2011-03-16T09:00:00-05:00' format. Is there a time zone representation i can use to load this ...

8. Java Simple Date Format Parse - returning wrong date Time Zone issue?    stackoverflow.com

Sorry, I think I've spent too long on this and have got confused. I've got the following code:

    System.out.println("Time Now: " + new Date());    

  ...

9. Inconsistent behaviour for SimpleDateFormat for timezone Amsterdam    stackoverflow.com

Yesterday I ran into a problem where the date of birth of a person was changed after it was marshalled with XStream from Date to xml and then unmarshalled to Date ...

10. Java SimpleDateFormat Wrong Timezone after parsing    stackoverflow.com

Why when i give input date string with GMT timezone, SimpleDateFormat parses it and outputs EET timezone?

public static String DATE_FORMAT="dd MMM yyyy hh:mm:ss z";
public static String CURRENT_DATE_STRING ="31 October 2011 11:19:56 ...

11. SimpleDateFormat and Timezones    coderanch.com

In order to make a particular query, I need to find all record entered since a particular DateTime. The Query Language I'm using defines the DateTime to be in this format: YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss+hh:mm (ex: 1999-01-01T23:01:01+04:00) YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss-hh:mm (ex: 1999-01-01T23:01:01-08:00) SimpleDateFormat almost gets me the right format... but the timezone isn't quite right. It doesn't put in the ":" in the timezone. SimpleDateFormat formatter ...

12. Problems with Calendar and SimpleDateFormat when using UTC time zone    coderanch.com

Setting Calendar time zone to UTC causes weird problems. Please see sample below: //First we make a calendar instance and assign UTC time zone TimeZone timeZone = TimeZone.getTimeZone("UTC"); Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance(timeZone); //Now we take current time from calendar and print it out //CURRENT TIME WAS 14.55 Date time1 = cal.getTime(); System.out.println(time1); // prints out: Tue May 12 14:55:29 EEST 2009 ...

13. Get the Incorrect Date value while using TimeZone bject in SimpleDateFormat    forums.oracle.com

I have written the below Code, to get the Date and time based another time zone . My default time Zone is IST . Below code is intended to convert local current time to EST Time . while using the SimpleDateFormat class parser.format(date) It returns extact time of the EST as a String , But when i try to convert the ...

15. SimpleDateFormat and TimeZone; is: +0200 but must be +02:00    forums.oracle.com

Then your problem has just become a bit larger. Read the difference between the z and the Z symbol in the sdf API documentation. What will you do when your timezone output is "EDT" as it is for me? You can't put a colon in that. You may have to do further parsing with a Z symbol to eliminate text from ...

16. Parsing TimeZone using simpleDateFormat    forums.oracle.com

Actually Europe/London and GMT are not the same timezone. If I had to do that, here's what I would do: 1. Extract the timezone (everything after the last blank space?) 2. Create a SimpleDateFormat with that timezone. 3. Parse the string with the timezone part removed using that SimpleDateFormat. 4. Convert it to java.sql.Date. (Did you mean java.sql.Timestamp? A java.sql.Date object ...

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