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example of source code for insert a date

 
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Hello

I need a simple example of source code to insert a date into a database using jsf what do I have to put in backing bean and page jsf ( i need juste a date )

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it might work for you by casting it to GregorianCalendar .........

<ace:dateTimeEntry value="#{backBean.urDate}">
<f:convertDateTime dateStyle="short" pattern="MM/dd/yyyy" type="date" />
</ace:dateTimeEntry>


Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
cal.setTime(urDate);
XMLGregorianCalendar xcal = DatatypeFactory.newInstance().newXMLGregorianCalendar((GregorianCalendar) cal);
obj.setDate(xcal);
// your code
 
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