[jboss-user] [EJB 3.0] - Using joda time in entites
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Tue Jan 22 06:19:49 EST 2008
does anyone know, if there is a chance to use the joda time library as the default date-implementation with ejb3?
IÂ´m currently facing the following problem. I would like to use the DateTime objects of the joda library within my entities instead of using the plain, old and buggy java.util.Date implementation. If I simply replace the object-types all DateTime-objects are stored in the database as VarBinary. But I would like to use them as a timestamp or date sql-type.
I saw, that there is a subproject from joda, that uses the @Type annotation from hibernate to convert them to different SQL-Types. But until now IÂ´m absolutely independent from any persistence-framework, because I simply rely on the javax.persistence-standard, so I would not prefer to mix it now with any hibernate-specific annotations.
But maybe there is something similiar, so I can use it anyway.
Does anyone know of a good solution to this problem?
Thanks for your answers
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