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Please Please Help Really Urgent!! - Timestamp formatting

kazerkazer Posts: 6Member
[b][red]This message was edited by kazer at 2005-3-12 5:47:35[/red][/b][hr]
Hi!
I need to formatt a Timestamp

I know this works to display the Date part of the Timestamp only
But my problem is I need to find the Time part of the Stamp only-

DateFormat dateOnly = DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.MEDIUM);
out.println(""+(dateOnly.format(rs.getTimestamp("StartDate" ))));
out.println(""+(dateOnly.format(rs.getTimestamp("EndDate") )));

Any ideas???
Please ;o)



Comments

  • SeamoSeamo Posts: 42Member
    Why not convert the timestamp into a string. Take the part of the string you wnat the time. And convert back into a int again if needed but whatever it will show the timepart of the timestamp.
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