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Enterprise application: handling date and time

jacob deiter
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in Enterprise application for handling date ,time and it related stuff,which class to be used?.I have no idea about ,please help in this
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jacob deiter
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data class is same as "gregorian calendar"
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jacob deiter wrote:data class is same as "gregorian calendar"

Non sequitur. Your facts are uncoordinated.
Albareto McKenzie
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You can also use Joda Time, a Open Source project.
 
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