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From "John Hawkins (JIRA)" <axis-c-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXISCPP-840) The class xsd__dateTime needs methods to get/set date and time.
Date Mon, 03 Oct 2005 12:22:48 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-840?page=comments#action_12331156 ] 

John Hawkins commented on AXISCPP-840:
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As a short-term meeasure we can just comment tthat we they are using tm_struct into the generated
type?

> The class xsd__dateTime needs methods to get/set date and time.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: AXISCPP-840
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-840
>      Project: Axis-C++
>         Type: Improvement
>   Components: Client - API
>  Environment: n/a
>     Reporter: Fred Preston

>
> The class xsd__dateTime needs methods to get/set date and time.  Currently if the user
wants to set the date and time they have to remember that they are populating a tm stuct structure
and that years are offset from 1900 and months will have 1 added to them.  Thus, if you populate
the dateTime as follows:- (28 Sept 2005 @ 12:12:12)
> 	pWS->Calendar = new xsd__dateTime();
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_mday = 28;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_wday = 28;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_yday = 28;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_mon = 9;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_year = 2005;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_hour = 12;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_min = 12;
> 	pWS->Calendar->tm_sec = 12;
> This will appear on the wire as:- (notice the date and month)
> <Calendar>3905-10-28T12:12:12Z</Calendar>
> If we had a couple of get/set methods for date and time, that convert an absolute date
(i.e. 2005) to a tm stuct date (i.e. one that is offset from 1900) and an absolute month (i.e.
1=Jan, 2=Feb, etc) to a tm struct month (i.e. 0=Jan, 1=Feb, etc) and vise versa, this might
remove the confusion.  For example:-
> pWS->Calendar.setDate( 28, 9, 2005)
> would be interpretted as:
> pWS->Calendar->tm_mday = 28;
> pWS->Calendar->tm_wday = 28;
> pWS->Calendar->tm_yday = 28;
> pWS->Calendar->tm_mon = 8;
> pWS->Calendar->tm_year = 105;
> And
> string date = pWS->Calendar.getDate()
> would return 28,9,2005 (or some other delimited string).

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