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Convert from String to java.sql.Date

 
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Hi everbody,
I have a doubt.I am having a field called mydate of type DATETIME in database in SQL SERVER 2000.From my jsp i call
date mydate=request.getParamater("mydate")
and try to insert into database by calling EJB Method addheader(---,mydate,--) .It is giving error.
Kindly give me solution as how to convert this string value received from request.getParameter() to java.sql.Date
The matter is most urgent.Kindly give me solution as soon as possible.
[ May 26, 2004: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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what is the format of your date? I assume it is MM/dd/yyyy, You can do it as following:

 
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Not a JSP or an EJB issue, so I've changed the title to something appropriate and moved to the Java in General(intermediate) forum.
 
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