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Passing Date from HTML Form to JSP/Action Handler

 
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Hi Friends.
In my action handler I am expecting the month and year from the dropdown menu of the HTML form( all user can do is select month and year from respective drop down menu on htmlform..they dont have choice for date. I will providing the query based on the whole month)
My question is how will I make a string of that Date function by just using those month and year parameters passed by form..
becuase I need to pass that date string into PrepareStatement to run Query.
Can any one please help me out..
thanks in advance
Ashu
 
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I'm moving this to Java in General (beginner) since it's much more about Java dates than it is about JSP.
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Ashu, once you have the month and the year, take a look at the java.util.Calendar class for help in converting this to a date value suitable for use in your SQL query.
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