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JDBC SQL server date format problem

 
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in my application i am using JDBC ODBC bridge to connect to the SQL server database.its a JSP appication.
when i insert date to database it gets inserted in the format of mm/dd/yy but when i display it in the next page through resultset using getString method it displayes in the format of yy/mm/dd.
is there any method by which i can convert date in the format of mm/dd/yy.
 
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Originally posted by sanjay vishwas:
in my application i am using JDBC ODBC bridge to connect to the SQL server database.its a JSP appication.
when i insert date to database it gets inserted in the format of mm/dd/yy but when i display it in the next page through resultset using getString method it displayes in the format of yy/mm/dd.
is there any method by which i can convert date in the format of mm/dd/yy.



Use DateFormat Class to change the format. Then display it in Screen.
 
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