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Driver timestamp problem
W KING
2008-11-18 09:04:47.0
Hi

Can you please assist me.

The new DBF_JDBC40.jar returns the wrong timestamp when I use java.sql.Timestamp cValue = rs.getTimestamp(2);

DBF_JDBC40.jar => 2008-11-18 19:03:00.25 => TIMESTAMP
DBF_JDBC30.jar => 2008-11-18 17:03:00.25 => TIMESTAMP Correct

I am using dbase level 7 tables
Re:Driver timestamp problem
HXTT Support
2008-11-19 02:06:08.0
If you use the latest DBF_JDBC30.jar, it should return the same timestamp too. That's resulted by using standard gmt timezone, not calculated timezone offset automatically again.

You can use
Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
java.sql.Timestamp cValue = rs.getTimestamp(2,cal);

For instance:
TimeZone tz = TimeZone.getTimeZone("gmt");
Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance(tz);
SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("dd/MM/yyyy zzz");
sdf.setTimeZone(tz);
System.out.println(sdfs.format(resp.getTimestamp(2, cal)));

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