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Hi there,

I've just started looking at UI Sun Creator Components for JSF using them from Visual Web Pack in Netbeans 6M10 (not Creator).

Component Calendar seems working good for me but I'm in need of getting a pattern like "dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss",. no problem with the first part but, how can I get hours/minutes/seconds from a calendar?

if is impossible to do something like that in the sun component (or apache myfaces), what would be the first thing to look at?, extend CalendarTag from ui taglib?

Any ideas would be appreciated, thanks.
 
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