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From "Chris Helck" <>
Subject Beanutils: Problem with DateConverter
Date Fri, 05 Oct 2007 16:19:54 GMT

I'm trying to use the DateConverter, and it just doesn't seem to work
(or I don't understand it). Here's my code:

        DateConverter converter = new DateConverter();
        ConvertUtils.register(converter, java.util.Date.class);

        System.out.println(ConvertUtils.convert(new Date()));

The output is: Fri Oct 05 12:22:34 EDT 2007
I expected to see: 10/5/07 

I'm using version 1.8.0-BETA that I rebuilt from the source. I'm aware
of the bug BEANUTILS-283, but I think I've got the fix.

Christopher Helck

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