Ecto v2.2.8 Ecto.Date View Source

A deprecated Ecto type for dates.

This type is deprecated in favour of the :date type.

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Functions

Casts the given value to date

Same as cast/1 but raises Ecto.CastError on invalid dates

Compare two dates

Converts an Ecto.Date into a date triplet

Returns an Ecto.Date from an Erlang date tuple

Converts a date triplet into an Ecto.Date

Returns an Erlang date tuple from an Ecto.Date

Converts Ecto.Date to ISO8601 representation

Converts Ecto.Date to a readable string representation

The Ecto primitive type

Returns an Ecto.Date in UTC

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Casts the given value to date.

It supports:

  • a binary in the “YYYY-MM-DD” format
  • a binary in the “YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS” format (may be separated by T and/or followed by “Z”, as in 2014-04-17T14:00:00Z)
  • a binary in the “YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.USEC” format (may be separated by T and/or followed by “Z”, as in 2014-04-17T14:00:00.030Z)
  • a map with "year", "month" and "day" keys with integer or binaries as values
  • a map with :year, :month and :day keys with integer or binaries as values
  • a tuple with {year, month, day} as integers or binaries
  • an Ecto.Date struct itself

Same as cast/1 but raises Ecto.CastError on invalid dates.

Compare two dates.

Receives two dates and compares the t1 against t2 and returns :lt, :eq or :gt.

Converts an Ecto.Date into a date triplet.

Returns an Ecto.Date from an Erlang date tuple.

Converts a date triplet into an Ecto.Date.

Returns an Erlang date tuple from an Ecto.Date.

Converts Ecto.Date to ISO8601 representation.

Converts Ecto.Date to a readable string representation.

The Ecto primitive type.