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Hi

I want to display dates in 2 formats

format 1: DATE(MM/DD/RRRR):HR:MM AM/PM
format 2: DATE(MM/DD/RRRR)

How can I get the date format.

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Question by:basirana
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by:basirana
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The problem is I am pulling Date (information from database. when I want to display I want to display in above formats
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by:hoomanv
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Use java.text.SimpleDateFormat
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String format = ""; (Specify the format you want, check java api for all the formats)
SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat(format);
Date d = new Date(rs.getString("YourDBDateDateField"));
String newDate = sdf.format(d);
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by:basirana
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Is there any difference in normat dateformate and when we use it with hibernate.
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by:hoomanv
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What was wrong with my answer ?
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