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Jochen Wiedmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> sorry, that this is slightly off topic, but I think there's a good
> chance that one or the other reader has already encountered the same
> problem in the past. so I hope it's fine to ask.
> XML Schema specifies, that instances of xs:dateTime are formatted like
> In Java formatting issues like these are usually performed by using an
> instance of java.text.DateFormat. However, I seem to be unable to
> create a matching instance (except for deriving a subclass, of
> course). Any suggestions?
Here's a fragment that does UTC. You'll need to modify it to use a
SimpleDateFormat ISO8601UTC =
String now = ISO8601UTC.format(new Date());
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