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Arvind Ik Chari
Joined: Dec 02, 2012
I haven't tried anything yet-- I thought I would google about my requirement -- I have not had to use SQL Server so far(this is the first time I am storing/retrieving date in SQL Server)...and what I found is that its quite complicated to convert Java date-> SQL date.
I did search around for this requirement on Stack Overflow and CodeRanch-- I searched around for other questions similar to my own-- but the closest match on SO only deals with one part of date+time (not both date and time)