Re: Java Datetime Strategies with SqlServer
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 17:37:00 +0200
Ian Walsh schrieb:
> I'm new to Java (from a .Net background) and I'm having problems
> inserting a 'datetime' field into a SqlServer Database. I can insert a
> date (01/01/2004) and a time (eg 01/01/1970 15:23) but not a Datetime
> (eg 01/01/2004 15:23).
> Can I do this using Java.Sql? If not, what is the usual strategy for
> inserting datetime values into a SqlServer database.
> All help appreciated.
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