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Allow java.time types for setting the Last-Modified header [SPR-17571] #22103

spring-projects-issues opened this issue Dec 6, 2018 · 0 comments


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Lars Grefer opened SPR-17571 and commented

org.springframework.http.ResponseEntity.HeadersBuilder.lastModified and org.springframework.http.HttpHeaders.setLastModified only accept the date as long.

This long value is then internally converted to a java.time.Instant and a java.time.ZonedDateTime.

I propose to add overloads for the methods listed above which directly accept the "new" java.time types.

Affects: 5.1.3

Issue Links:

  • #19441 TaskScheduler interface should support java.time.Instant/Duration
  • #21104 Overloaded convenience setters on HttpHeaders
  • #20220 Consider using ZonedDateTime in HttpHeaders
  • #22120 Consistent handling of null header values in HttpHeaders

Referenced from: pull request #2039, and commits a240cfc, 9abd4ed, 6a01214

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