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Can we set a specific date pattern for our application or web application without doing any work around by ourselves.

I have looked into Locale class but couldn't find anything I want. As we can set a default locale for a JVM instance. Just like the same can we set a specific date format for a JVM instance.

Moreover, can we set a locale for our application/web application not for a JVM instance. I looked into web application internationalization but it is not talking about seting a default locale or default date pattern for a web application.
 
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Look at the DateFormatter and DateFormat classes in the Java API Javadocs.

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Infact I have looked into DateFormat, DateFormatter, SimpleDateFormat, but I didn't find anything where I can set my specific date pattern for the whole application. I mean to say that if some other developer use,



in my application then it would suppose to print the date in the format I have already set.

So please folks, help me out. I know I can do it with some other custom utility classes but I dont wanna go for that. I just want to set a particular date pattern as a default to my whole app.

Thanks for your reply.
[ July 28, 2005: Message edited by: Adeel Ansari ]
 
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