I am using Springdata elasticsearch version 4.4.3. I have configured ElasticSearch Auditing and created and Abstract Entity (Document) which is extended by every each entity. I am getting an exception because of convertion from Java LocalDateTime in elasticseach database when I try to create a document. Here is the Abstract class with date field annotated with @Field: Here is the
I have this NMEA timestamp: 120722202122 and I want to parse it. I tried Playground but I get an Exception: I don’t know what the Exception wants to tell me or what my pattern should look like. Answer I assume you’ve probably meant the day of the month d, not the day of the year D. In your pattern, you’ve
I want to add minutes to a LocalDateTime, like this: This gives an error on daylight saving dates. For example my localdatetime = 2021-10-31 02:00:00.0, minutes = 1440 and return value should be 2021-11-01 01:00:00.0. Instead I get 2021-11-01 02:00:00.0. How should I solve this? Answer I used zoned date time to get right answer.
I have a List<Timeslot> that contains entity Timeslot with the following fields: timeslot_id; day; start_time; end_time. For example, this list contains two records: start_time of the first record equals 9:00 and end_time equals 10:00. start_time of second object equals 10:00 and end_time equals 11:00. And the second list contains timestamps List<LocalDateTime>: I need to create a third List<Timeslot> that will
I have data in my DB for field date with the following format: 2021-09-21 11:25:36. The Redis field is of type TEXT. When I’m trying to read the data from date field from the DB, I get following exception: How can I assign a different convertor to this field in my entity or annotate that my LocalDateTime format is different
I am trying to get data about some athletes from a csv file, then create athlete objects that are going to be stored in a list. The problem is that I get an error when I try to parse the time they’ve got as LocalDateTime.This is the error I get: Exception in thread “main” java.time.format.DateTimeParseException: Text ’30:27′ could not be
I want to get a date that generates the time from now to 2685 days back and a random time. The format I accept must be “uuuu-MM-dd’T’HH: mm: ssZ”. Currently my program is generating a random date but I am not able to create a random time because Duration conflicts with Period Answer Something like this may be?
I am trying to truncate milliseconds from a UTC time zone. I have the code below where I am able to remove milliseconds but I still get the Z at the end. This outputs the following: ====Event date Time before truncate=== 2021-03-09T20:46:24.081Z ====Event date Time after truncate=== 2021-03-09T20:46:24Z Answer The Z is the timezone information. You can convert the OffsetDateTime
I want to round off an Instant / LocalDateTime to its closest 5 minutes interval in Java. Examples: Suppose the time is: 2021-02-08T19:02:49.594 Expected result: 2021-02-08T19:00:00.000 Suppose the time is: 2021-02-08T19:03:49.594 Expected result: 2021-02-08T19:05:00.000 Similarly, if the time is: 2021-02-08T19:56:49.594 Expected result: 2021-02-08T19:55:00.000 Similarly, if the time is: 2021-02-08T19:58:49.594 Expected result: 2021-02-08T20:00:00.000 But if the time is 2021-02-08T19:55:00.000 or 2021-02-08T19:05:00.000