Java DateTime – Extract substrings

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Can anyone help me extract the Hour and the AM or PM as a string in a Java DateTime object in Java? I am using Domino 6.4 Thanks. George
ASKED: April 26, 2005  8:58 PM
UPDATED: June 2, 2011  3:18 PM

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Hi George,

you could try using this:

DateTime dt = session.createDateTime(“Today”);
String sCreatedDate = dt.getTimeOnly();

which will return the time as a string; if you have to you could then split this string into the Hour and AM/PM.

The DateTime class in Domino also includes a toString and toJavaDate method you could use if it’s appropriate for your solution.

Regards Kjetil

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  • Ashwinrayaprolu1
    Have a look at this http://javacentered.blogspot.com/2006/04/getting-and-playing-with-date-in-java.html
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