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Using Timestamp in Database Application

 
Steve Dyke
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My application records inspection records. When the user types in an inspection record document number and the app attempts to validate it I store a timestamp to a servlet attribute as follows:



Then when the record is submitted I send this value to my connection class as follows:



In my connection class I have:



I get this error in the console

SamplingInspectionConnection1:PE: java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "2010-11-12 05:52:35.038"
 
Ed Ward
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You didn't give much info but I can say that

works just fine for me on 1.6.0_22.
Are you sure about the value and format being passed in?
What line number does the stacktrace report the Exception on?
Is it where you call Timestamp.valueOf(String); ?
 
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After looking at this again I realized I did not need to use the:



So I use the string parameter sent to the class directly in the:

 
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