During reading release notes and breaking changes, I stumbled upon this guide: Java time migration guide | Elasticsearch Guide [8.0] | Elastic
At the bottom, it says that the format
Should be updated to:
I checked the current doc on date formats, I still saw the first format. Given that we are years after the release of 7.0 I'm confused if I need to update my custom dates in a couple of indices:
"format" : "strict_date_optional_time||yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss||yyyy-MM-dd||epoch_millis",
"format" : "strict_date_optional_time||epoch_millis||dd/MMM/yyyy:HH:mm:ss Z||MMM dd HH:mm:ss||MMM d HH:mm:ss||dd-MMM-YYYY HH:mm:ss||YYYY-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,SSS||MM/dd/YYYY-HH:mm:ss.SSSSSS",
Could somebody tell me if this should be done and if it's blocking the upgrade?
Someone, please answer. I can't wait weeks for a simple question that some guys didn't follow up in the documentation or misinterpreted during writing the release notes.
@warkolm, sorry to tag you here, but could you please shed some light on my question?
I don't know sorry because after looking at the release notes and then the docs you refer to it is not consistent.
I would create a bug report in GitHub and reference this so it can be clarified and then fixed.
u are both valid literals in Java time.
y indicates "year of era" and
u indicates "year". This Stackoverflow answer has a good explanation of the difference between the two: java 8 - What is the difference between year and year-of-era? - Stack Overflow
The recommendation is that if you were using
Y in Joda time to indicate "year of era", you should now use
y in Java time. And if you were using
y in Joda time to indicate "year", you should now use
y are both valid in Java time, and behave similar for most use cases, I think the documentation is correct, and I will close this issue.
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