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Date checking

 
MInu
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Hi all,

I have some issues please help me to solve these.I will get the 'from date' and 'to date' from the JSP page. I will get some dates from the datbase also .I have to find the dates that will come under the start date and end date from the JSP.

Please help me....
 
pascal betz
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this is vague... how do you get the dates form the database ? what do you mean by "under the start date".

do you read the from/to from a form (well, from the form you get Strings, you need DateFormat to parse them to Date objects) ? then you need to find some records in the database that are in the range of these two dates ?

if yes, then restrict your DB query by the dates you get form the form. use a PreparedStatement and the setDate() methods for this.
if no, then perhaps someone else understood and can jump in. otherwise you need to give some more explanation, code, ...

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It's not clear what your question is, but it's certainly not appropriate for this forum.

Moved to Java in General (intermediate).
 
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