Problem with timestamp with years >= 2023
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Posted By:   Sumit_Mishra
Posted On:   Tuesday, May 14, 2002 03:51 AM

Hi, Please see the following static method. public static java.sql.Timestamp dateFormatter (String igDate, Locale iLocale) { if (igDate == null) { return null; } java.util.Date lDate = null; java.text.SimpleDateFormat lSimpleDateFormat = (java.text.SimpleDateFormat) java.text.DateFormat.getDateInstance (java.text.DateFormat.SHORT, iLocale); try { lDate = (java.util.Date) lSimpleDateFormat.parse(igDate); } catch(java.text.ParseException e){} if(lDate != null){ return new java.sql.Timestamp(lDate.getTime());    More>>

Hi,

Please see the following static method.


			

public static java.sql.Timestamp dateFormatter
(String igDate, Locale iLocale)
{


if (igDate == null) {

return null;

}

java.util.Date lDate = null;

java.text.SimpleDateFormat lSimpleDateFormat =
(java.text.SimpleDateFormat)
java.text.DateFormat.getDateInstance
(java.text.DateFormat.SHORT, iLocale);

try

{

lDate = (java.util.Date) lSimpleDateFormat.parse(igDate);

}

catch(java.text.ParseException e){}

if(lDate != null){

return new java.sql.Timestamp(lDate.getTime());

}else{

return null;

}

}






If the input is given as
dateFormatter("05/01/22",java.util.Locale.US)
(the date here is 1st May 2022), the output comes as
2022-05-01 00:00:00.0

This is perfectly fine.



But if the input is given as
dateFormatter("05/01/23",java.util.Locale.US)
(the date here is 1st May 2023), the output comes as
1923-05-01 00:00:00.0.


Any year after 2023 gives the same problem.

I am using Windows NT OS and jdk 1.2.2.
My OS date setting is dd/mm/yyyy.

What can be the issue here?
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