1. Dates with no time or timezone component in Java/MySQL stackoverflow.com
I need to be able to store a date (year/month/day) with no time component. It's an abstract concept of a date, such as a birthday - I need to represent a ...
2. How to make sure that the date gets rendered based on the appropriate timezone stackoverflow.com
We use the following call to set the Date value and store it in the database.
Assuming our database server is in PST timezone and user1 (in PST), user2 (in EST), ...
3. Request to Verify - How Databases and Java store handle timezones? stackoverflow.com
My apologies for the extremely basic question, I think I know the answer but would like to verify: When refering to time zones and how they are usually stored in a database ...
4. timezone information getting lost in java.sql.date coderanch.com
5. How to store date in database , taking cre of timezone forums.oracle.com
Now, how will I combine all the values selected by the user and set in the bean and save it in the database. I am sure there are a lot of times someone has tried to do this. But I am having a hard time finding this info in a collective manner. Any help would be usefull Thanks Aayush
6. Find Timezone on client and set the date time stamp for db parameter forums.oracle.com
I wana check the default timezone set on the Client machine and get the date time stamp and pass it to a database column, I am using the GregorianCalendar (Timezone.getDefault()), for the default time zone and Calendar class obj for the Hours,min and Sec. data. but I am not able to put this all together and place it as Cstmt.getDate(3,