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Local Date; import org.springframework.format.annotation. Date Time Format; @Entity @Table(name="EMPLOYEE") public class Employee is a spring specific annotation which declares that a field should be formatted as a date time with a give format.
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Now build the war (either by eclipse as was mentioned in previous tutorials) or via maven command line( : For those of us, who prefer to deploy and run from within eclipse, and might be facing difficulties setting Eclipse with tomcat, the detailed step-by-step solution can be found at : How to setup tomcat with Eclipse.