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Hi Daniel, If you just want the date, and not the time, then JodaTime is probably better for you to use. Search the list archives for details. The problem with Java timestamps is that they are very accurate and include things like Daylight Saving time and historical changes in time. This is good for some purposes, but not when all you care about is the date. You can work around this with Java timestamps by setting the time to 12:00 noon when you create the date. This will work as long as your app is not used across more than 11 hours of time zones. You can set the time with a formatter or in the setDate... methods of your EO. Chuck On 2011-05-13, at 4:48 PM, Daniel Mejia wrote: > Hi there, > > I need help with a problem with the Date type. > > The problem happens when I type de date 1920-dec-31in a field defined as date in a edit page of Modern D2W application. After saving the page the date is displayed as 1920-dec-30. The same happens for all the years before 1921, but for years after 1921 I get the correct date after saving the page. > > In the database, the column is defined as DATE in MySQL. > In the modeller it is defined using the prototype "date", DataType:Date, External Type: DATE, Class: com.webobjects.foundation.NSTimeststamp. > > What I'm doing wrong with the use of date type?. I only need to store dates up to 1880. > > I'm using : > WO 5.4 > Modern Direct to web, > MySQL and Project Wonder. > > Regards, > > Daniel. -- Chuck Hill Senior Consultant / VP Development Practical WebObjects - for developers who want to increase their overall knowledge of WebObjects or who are trying to solve specific problems. http://www.global-village.net/products/practical_webobjects
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