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Conversion of String(dd/mm/yyyy) into java.sql.date format

 
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I am taking a string in textBox in format(dd/mm/yyyy). Now i have to convert it in format java.sql.date to store in Oracle Database whose datatype is again date.
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Use class java.text.SimpleDateFormat to parse the string into a java.util.Date object.

If you're inserting it into the database using JDBC, you'll have to convert that to a java.sql.Date (unfortunately, there are two classes called Date - one in the package java.util and another in the package java.sql). Converting from java.util.Date to java.sql.Date is easy - have a look at the constructors of java.sql.Date and the methods of java.util.Date in the documentation.
 
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