1. How to format a date using Apache Derby? stackoverflow.com
I would like to format nicely a date received from a query like:
pratically I am searching the function to pretty formatting with a date pattern, better if SimpleDateFormat like. ...
2. Converting a Date from a String representation to a numerical representation and back again stackoverflow.com
3. Insert Java.sql.Date into Derby Database stackoverflow.com
I am trying to insert a date object into the database but it says im trying to insert an Integer. Here is my code:
4. How to return a NULL value for Date type column in SQL in Derby? stackoverflow.com
In my Sql, I want to group by some columns having some conditions , so for other column, they are date type. I just want to manually return null for ...
5. comparing java.sql.Date with DERBY date values forums.netbeans.org
java.util.Date today = new java.util.Date(); java.sql.Date sqlToday = new java.sql.Date(today.getTime()); Query = java.beans.Beans.isDesignTime() ? null : MyDatabasePUEntityManager.createQuery("SELECT b FROM MyTable b WHERE b.date < "+sqlToday);
6. saving date and time in a derby database from an ejb module java-forums.org
Hello, I can easily save and retrieve a date from an ejb application (creating a derby table with Date as one of the fields - automatically generating the entity class, -creating a session facade bean and creating a client) - but if the date also contains a time the time doesn't seemed to get stored in the table. I used DateFormat ...
7. comparing java.sql.Date with DERBY date values forums.oracle.com
I've been searching on this for a few days but I can't implement a working method of comparing a regular date to a date I have in a DERBY database. This is done in NB so even though preparedstatement might fix it, I have no idea how to implement that in NB and want to stick to a regular statement. Whats ...