parsing with timezone - Convert Java String to sql.Timestamp





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You could use Timestamp.valueOf(String). The documentation states that it understands timestamps in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss[.f...], so you might need to change the field separators in your incoming string.

Then again, if you're going to do that then you could just parse it yourself and use the setNanos method to store the microseconds.

example milliseconds python

Got a String coming in with this format: YYYY-MM-DD-HH.MM.SS.NNNNNN The Timestamp is coming from a DB2 database. I need to parse it into a java.sql.Timestamp and NOT lose any precison. So far I've been unable to find existing code to parse that far out to microseconds. SimpleDateFormat returns a Date and only parses to milliseconds. Looked at JodaTime briefly and didn't see that would work either.




If you get time as string in format such as 1441963946053 you simply could do something as following:

//String timestamp;
Long miliseconds = Long.valueOf(timestamp);
Timestamp ti = new Timestamp(miliseconds);



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