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How to determine Data Format while we are getting Data from Excel Sheet

 
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hi,

I am populating the data from the Excel sheet but I am not able to know which date format is there in Excel ..How to parse my date according to the date unless I know about its format.

I am using JXL package to read..
same case with TIMESTAMP

Any suggestions please

Thanks in advance
 
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Still not a Servlet question. I'll move it to JDBC, but it will be moved again if this isn't the correct destination.
 
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Hareesh,
I'm forwarding this on to Other Java APIs since it's about JXL.
 
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Hareesh,
According to the JXL tutorial, you can check the format of the cell:

Snipets for tutorial:
 
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Jeanne,

I have used that but it is not able to identify the date data sometimes if the format is diffrent.

by the by , even it recognize ,how can i know format of the date whether
dd/MM/yyyy or MM/dd/yyyy or any other
 
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