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Problem in passing Date object as parameter to iReport

 
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I have created a report using iReport where i am passing 2 dates and its gets me the records whose payment date are between the given 2 dates. It works fine in iReport
Now, i am connecting this with my java code (using netbeans)
Here is the code :



The above code throws an exception. that's sure, since i am passing a String type instead of date object

Exception:


How can i get the Date type?
 
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I posted this topic in "Java in general", because i think this problem is related to my java code.

Sorry, if i was wrong
 
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Problem solved. Did a bit of googling. Found this code useful
 
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