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Using Date Type
July 2006
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Using Date Type
To generate the changelog reports showing what has changed between two dates,
you should use the "date" <<<type>>>.
With the following configuration, the generated reports will cover SCM
activities between Aug 1, 2005 to Sept 1, 2005. Please note that the date
range is inclusive.
<<Note:>> The <<<\<dateFormat\>>>> configuration is used <<only>> when
parsing the dates that come from your SCM. It is <<not>> used to format the
dates in the report.
<date implementation="java.lang.String">2005-08-01</date>
<date implementation="java.lang.String">2005-09-01</date>