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getTimeStamp() date time format is bad

 
Azrael Noor
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I have got following time when i used getJMSTimestamp() in MDB.



The time checked while sending was 10:34:06 and Date 13 May 2011

I am not getting where year, and time is coming. Kindly check.
 
Mike Zal
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Time in Java is saved as milliseconds since Midnight January 1, 1970. You can use the java.util.Date Class or preferably the java.util.Calendar Interface to manipulate it in useable manner. More Details
 
Azrael Noor
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Thank You
I had used following to convert long type date.

 
Paul Sturrock
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The normal way to do this sort of thing is with a DateFormat.
 
Azrael Noor
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You are late.

Already Implemented and submitted at Super University
 
Paul Sturrock
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Well sorry I missed the deadline I neither knew nor cared about. Hopefully you now you know the correct way to do it in the future.
 
Azrael Noor
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no sorry just
 
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