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ibarrera
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Registered: ‎05-29-2009
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Date in miliseconds

How can I know if one date given in miliseconds belongs to today in an easy way? Did you do something similar?

 

Thanks.

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ibarrera
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Re: Date in miliseconds

Now i just found that maybe DateTimeUtilities.isSameDate() could do it. I am going to check it out.

Thanks anyway.

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ibarrera
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Re: Date in miliseconds

I was wrong, it didn't work out...

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simon_hain
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Re: Date in miliseconds

what did not work? i use the same utilities with success.

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ibarrera
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Re: Date in miliseconds

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I try to compare two dates (in miliseconds) which belongs to the same day with this method and I get false, but if you say it worked for you, i will have a look to see if i'm doing something wrong.

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simon_hain
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Re: Date in miliseconds

here is my code:

DateTimeUtilities.isSameDate(System.currentTimeMillis(), item.getDateOfBegin().getTime())

 

another option would be to create calendar instances and compare the year, month and day.

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ibarrera
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Re: Date in miliseconds

Thanks a lot. You are totally right.

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