Uses of Class

Packages that use Timestamp
java.sql JML Specifications for the corresponding types in the Java Developement Kit (JDK). 

Uses of Timestamp in java.sql

Methods in java.sql that return Timestamp
abstract  Timestamp ResultSet.getTimestamp(int columnIndex)
abstract  Timestamp ResultSet.getTimestamp(String columnName)
abstract  Timestamp ResultSet.getTimestamp(int columnIndex, Calendar cal)
abstract  Timestamp ResultSet.getTimestamp(String columnName, Calendar cal)
static Timestamp Timestamp.valueOf(String)
abstract  Timestamp CallableStatement.getTimestamp(int)
abstract  Timestamp CallableStatement.getTimestamp(String)
abstract  Timestamp CallableStatement.getTimestamp(int, Calendar)
abstract  Timestamp CallableStatement.getTimestamp(String, Calendar)

Methods in java.sql with parameters of type Timestamp
abstract  void PreparedStatement.setTimestamp(int parameterIndex, Timestamp x)
abstract  void PreparedStatement.setTimestamp(int parameterIndex, Timestamp x, Calendar cal)
abstract  void ResultSet.updateTimestamp(int columnIndex, Timestamp x)
abstract  void ResultSet.updateTimestamp(String columnName, Timestamp x)
 int Timestamp.compareTo(Timestamp)
 boolean Timestamp.after(Timestamp)
 boolean Timestamp.before(Timestamp)
 boolean Timestamp.equals(Timestamp)
abstract  void CallableStatement.setTimestamp(String, Timestamp)
abstract  void CallableStatement.setTimestamp(String, Timestamp, Calendar)


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