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java-time.pre-java8


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instant->sql-timestamp

(instant->sql-timestamp instant-or-millis)

Creates a java.sql.Timestamp from the provided instant-or-millis - a millisecond numeric time value or something convertible to an Instant.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of java.sql.Timestamp if your drivers support them.

java.sql.Timestamp is a version of a java.util.Date supposed to be used as a local date-time (no timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native JDBC driver TIMESTAMP types.

Creates a `java.sql.Timestamp` from the provided `instant-or-millis` - a
millisecond numeric time value or something convertible to an `Instant`.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of
`java.sql.Timestamp` if your drivers support them.

`java.sql.Timestamp` is a version of a `java.util.Date` supposed to be used
as a local date-time (no timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native
JDBC driver TIMESTAMP types.
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java-date

(java-date)
(java-date a)
(java-date a b)

Creates a java.util.Date out of any combination of arguments valid for java-time/instant or the Instant itself.

A java.util.Date represents an instant in time. It's a direct analog of the java.time.Instant type introduced in the JSR-310. Please consider using the java.time.Instant (through java-time/instant) directly.

Creates a `java.util.Date` out of any combination of arguments valid for
`java-time/instant` or the Instant itself.

A `java.util.Date` represents an instant in time. It's a direct analog of the
`java.time.Instant` type introduced in the JSR-310. Please consider using the
`java.time.Instant` (through `java-time/instant`) directly.
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sql-date

(sql-date)
(sql-date G__4581)
(sql-date G__4582 G__4583)
(sql-date G__4584 G__4585 G__4586)

Creates a java.sql.Date out of any combination of arguments valid for java-time/local-date or the LocalDate itself.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of java.sql.Date if your drivers support them.

Even though java.sql.Date extends a java.util.Date, it's supposed to be used as a local date (no time component or timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native JDBC driver DATE types.

Creates a `java.sql.Date` out of any combination of arguments valid for
`java-time/local-date` or the `LocalDate` itself.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of `java.sql.Date`
if your drivers support them.

Even though `java.sql.Date` extends a `java.util.Date`, it's supposed to be
used as a local date (no time component or timezone) for the purposes of
conversion from/to native JDBC driver DATE types.
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sql-time

(sql-time)
(sql-time G__4618)
(sql-time G__4619 G__4620)
(sql-time G__4621 G__4622 G__4623)

Creates a java.sql.Time out of any combination of arguments valid for java-time/local-time (except the nanos constructor) or the LocalTime itself.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of java.sql.Time if your drivers support them.

Even though java.sql.Time extends a java.util.Date, it's supposed to be used as a local time (no date component or timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native JDBC driver TIME types.

Creates a `java.sql.Time` out of any combination of arguments valid for
`java-time/local-time` (except the nanos constructor) or the `LocalTime`
itself.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of `java.sql.Time`
if your drivers support them.

Even though `java.sql.Time` extends a `java.util.Date`, it's supposed to be
used as a local time (no date component or timezone) for the purposes of
conversion from/to native JDBC driver TIME types.
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sql-timestamp

(sql-timestamp)
(sql-timestamp G__4588)
(sql-timestamp G__4589 G__4590)
(sql-timestamp G__4591 G__4592 G__4593)
(sql-timestamp G__4594 G__4595 G__4596 G__4597)
(sql-timestamp G__4598 G__4599 G__4600 G__4601 G__4602)
(sql-timestamp G__4603 G__4604 G__4605 G__4606 G__4607 G__4608)
(sql-timestamp G__4609
               G__4610
               G__4611
               G__4612
               G__4613
               G__4614
               G__4615)

Creates a java.sql.Timestamp in the local timezone out of any combination of arguments valid for java-time/local-date-time or the LocalDateTime itself.

The sql-timestamp constructor function does not support Timestamp construction from an Instant or a long millis value. Please use instant->sql-timestamp for this purpose.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of java.sql.Timestamp if your drivers support them.

java.sql.Timestamp is a version of a java.util.Date supposed to be used as a local date-time (no timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native JDBC driver TIMESTAMP types.

Creates a `java.sql.Timestamp` in the local timezone out of any combination
of arguments valid for `java-time/local-date-time` or the `LocalDateTime`
itself.

The `sql-timestamp` constructor function does not support `Timestamp`
construction from an `Instant` or a long millis value. Please use
`instant->sql-timestamp` for this purpose.

Please consider using the JSR-310 Java Time types instead of
`java.sql.Timestamp` if your drivers support them.

`java.sql.Timestamp` is a version of a `java.util.Date` supposed to be used
as a local date-time (no timezone) for the purposes of conversion from/to native
JDBC driver TIMESTAMP types.
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