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Mapping datatypes

Stefan Elfvinge
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Joined: Oct 29, 2001
Posts: 52
In my SQL-Server I store dates, does anyone know the best type if I want this look: DD-MM-YY ?
If that isn't possible, I take it that you solve this through parsing in the java-code?
For instance, let's say that I'm using the type "datetime" type in SQL-Server, how do I map it into java? I would like to get it in a string so that I can parse it(if necessary) in the java-code.
Does anyone have the "best" answer???

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