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how do i show date time on a jsp....using bean:write what do i keep the format ?............ my java bean data type is java.sql.Date from database am getting as getDate("Date") ......am just able to show date and not time.....i want both
 
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The bean:write tag can take a format parameter which will probably do what you need. The technique that I use is to either format the date when populating the form using a utility method or to call the utility method from some scriptlet code in the JSP. I have thought about creating a custom tag to avoid the scriptlet code, but I have not gotten around to that.

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thanks brent ..........TimeStamp solved the problem .......... i now TimeStamp
instead of Date
 
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