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Kum Sundarah

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While extracting from the database, all the fields are taken as string, start_date is formatted with to_char to be in this format. YYYY-MM-dd hh:mm:ss.

Based on your responses, I got that I need to convert my string to date, then convert the timezone.

I did this and it worked fine.

Date date1= new SimpleDateForat("YYYY-MM-dd hh:mm:ss").parse(StartDate);
Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();

SimpleDateForat estdate = new SimpleDateFormat("YYYY-MM-dd hh:mm:ss");



Thanks all.
1 week ago
I need my time in GMT only. So, I infer I can use java.util.Date itself.
Also, looked at the ZonedDateTime. There it uses LocalDateTime to convert timezone.

My question primarily is how to take the resultset from a DAO- the start_date values from the database comes as EST. I need to convert each record with start_date from EST to GMT.
All examples I see show how to get the zone for Localtime. I want to pass the value from the database and convert that.

If you can modify my code and show the usage, that will help my understanding.

2 weeks ago
in my DAO class, I have a date field start_date that comes as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.
In the setter method, how do I convert this from EST to GMT?

public void setStart_date(String start_date){
Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();

calendar.setTime(new Date());
SimpleDateFormat fmt = new SimpleDateFormat("YYYY-MM-dd hh:mm:ss");


this.start_date = fmt.format(calendar.getTime(start_date));   //Getting ERROR here

Getting Error: method getTime in class ajva.util.Calendar cannot be applied to given types;
reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length.

Please suggest how to fix.
2 weeks ago