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I have a method that returns a Timestamp and I need to pass this to a method that is expecting a Calendar object. ie. deliveryDetails.getWindowStart() // returns a Timestamp and I need to pass another method this value as a Calendar.
Hi Keith, Since Timestamp is a subclass of Date, the following should work: GregorianCalendar gc = new GregorianCalendar(); gc.setTime( deliveryDetails.getWindowStart() ); newMethod( gc ); Regards, Manfred.