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Class DateTimeFormatterFactory

FactoryBeanFactory that creates a Joda DateTimeFormatter. Formatters will be created using the defined pattern, ISO, or style (considered in that order). @author Phillip Webb @author Sam Brannen @see #getDateTimeFormattercreateDateTimeFormatter() @see #getDateTimeFormattercreateDateTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @see #setPattern(String) @see #setIso(org.springframework.format.annotation.DateTimeFormat.ISO) @see #setStyle(String) @see DateTimeFormatterFactoryBean @since 3.2
Class DateTimeFormatterFactory, constructor DateTimeFormatterFactory()

Create a new [email protected] DateTimeFormatterFactory} instance.
Class DateTimeFormatterFactory, constructor DateTimeFormatterFactory(String)

Create a new [email protected] DateTimeFormatterFactory} instance. @param pattern the pattern to use to format date values
Class DateTimeFormatterFactory, void setIso(ISO)

Set the ISO format used for thisto format date values. @param iso the isoISO format
Class DateTimeFormatterFactory, void setStyle(String)

Set the two charactercharacters to use to format date values. The first character is used for the date style,; the second is for the time style. Supported characters are are:

This method mimics the styles supported by Joda Time. @param style two characters from the set {"S", "M", "L", "F", "-"}

Class DateTimeFormatterFactory, void setTimeZone(TimeZone)

Set the [email protected] TimeZone} to normalize the date values into, if any. @param timeZone the time zone

Class JodaTimeFormatterRegistrar

Configures Joda Time's Formattingformatting system for use with Spring. @author Keith Donald @author Juergen Hoeller @author Phillip Webb @since 3.1 @see #setDateStyle @see #setTimeStyle @see #setDateTimeStyle @see #setUseIsoFormat @see FormatterRegistrar#registerFormatters @see DateFormatterRegistrarorg.springframework.format.datetime.DateFormatterRegistrar @see DateTimeFormatterFactoryBean
Class JodaTimeFormatterRegistrar, void setDateFormatter(DateTimeFormatter)

Set the formatter that will be used for objects representing date values.

This formatter will be used for the LocalDate type. When specified the dateStyle and useIsoFormat properties will be ignored. @param formatter the formatter to use @see #setTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @see #setDateTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @since 3.2

Class JodaTimeFormatterRegistrar, void setDateTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter)

Set the formatter that will be used for objects representing date and time values.

This formatter will be used for LocalDateTime, ReadableInstant, Date and Calendar types. When specified the dateTimeStyle and useIsoFormat properties will be ignored. @param formatter the formatter to use @see #setDateFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @see #setTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @since 3.2

Class JodaTimeFormatterRegistrar, void setTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter)

Set the formatter that will be used for objects representing datetime values.

This formatter will be used for the LocalTime type. When specified the timeStyle and useIsoFormat properties will be ignored. @param formatter the formatter to use @see #setDateFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @see #setDateTimeFormatter(DateTimeFormatter) @since 3.2