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ACBrFramework - Jacbr


Willian Resplandes
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Boa noite amigos, estou inserindo a data de inicio e de final do movimento do sped fiscal fazendo uso do acbrframework com o Jacbr mas a data está diminuindo um dia exemplo se eu selecionar dia 01122016 no arquivo aparece 30112016 :/

Alguém já passou por isso ?

 

//Classe OleDate do JAcbr

package jACBrFramework;

//<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Disclaimer">
// OleDate.java
//
// Written by Sridhar S Madhugiri
// of Microsoft Technical Support, Developer Support
// Copyright (c) 1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
//
// this class extends Date to convert support Conversion from/to
// OLE Data type DATE
//
// OleData type DATE is actually represented as a double.
//
// To convert from DATE to Date call the setDate(double) member.
// This function does not do a lot of error checking about valid ranges.
// It converts the value passed in to year, month, date, hour,
// minute, second and calls the Date functions to set the values in
// the object.
//
// To convert from Date to DATE call toDouble() member. This returns
// a double that has the date value in the correct format.
//
// http://support.microsoft.com/kb/169795
//</editor-fold>
import java.util.Calendar;
import java.util.Date;

@SuppressWarnings({"unused", "deprecation"})
public class OleDate extends Date {
    //<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Fields">

    // source code copied from MFC 4.21 and modified
    private static double HALF_SECOND = (1.0 / 172800.0);

    // source code copied from MFC 4.21 and modified
    private static int rgMonthDays[] = {0, 31, 59, 90, 120, 151, 181, 212, 243, 273, 304, 334, 365};

    //</editor-fold>
    //<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Constructor">
    public OleDate(Date date) {
        super(date.getTime());
    }

    public OleDate(double date) {
        setDate(date);
    }

    //</editor-fold>
    //<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Methods">
    //<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Static Methods">
    public static double toOADate(Date date) {
        if (date == null) {
            return 0d;
        }
        OleDate oleDate = new OleDate(date);
        return oleDate.toDoubles();
    }

    public static Date fromOADate(double value) {
        OleDate oleDate = new OleDate(value);
        return oleDate.toDates();
    }

    //</editor-fold>
    //<editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="OleDate Conversion Methods">
    @SuppressWarnings("empty-statement")
    private void setDate(double dtSrc) {
        // source code copied from MFC 4.21 and modified
        long nDaysAbsolute; // Number of days since 1/1/0
        long nSecsInDay; // Time in seconds since midnight
        long nMinutesInDay; // Minutes in day
        long n400Years; // Number of 400 year increments since 1/1/0
        long n400Century; // Century within 400 year block (0,1,2 or 3)
        long n4Years; // Number of 4 year increments since 1/1/0
        long n4Day; // Day within 4 year block
        // (0 is 1/1/yr1, 1460 is 12/31/yr4)
        long n4Yr; // Year within 4 year block (0,1,2 or 3)
        boolean bLeap4 = true; // TRUE if 4 year block includes leap year

        // values in terms of year month date.
        int tm_sec;
        int tm_min;
        int tm_hour;
        int tm_mday;
        int tm_mon;
        int tm_year;

        double dblDate = dtSrc; // temporary serial date
        // If a valid date, then this conversion should not overflow

        // Round to the second
        dblDate += ((dtSrc > 0.0) ? HALF_SECOND : -HALF_SECOND);
        // Add days from 1/1/0 to 12/30/1899
        nDaysAbsolute = (long) dblDate + 693959L;
        dblDate = Math.abs(dblDate);
        nSecsInDay = (long) ((dblDate - Math.floor(dblDate)) * 86400.);
        // Leap years every 4 yrs except centuries not multiples of 400.
        n400Years = nDaysAbsolute / 146097L;
        // Set nDaysAbsolute to day within 400-year block
        nDaysAbsolute %= 146097L;
        // -1 because first century has extra day
        n400Century = (nDaysAbsolute - 1) / 36524L;
        // Non-leap century
        if (n400Century != 0) {
            // Set nDaysAbsolute to day within centurY
            nDaysAbsolute = (nDaysAbsolute - 1) % 36524L;
            // +1 because 1st 4 year increment has 1460 days
            n4Years = (nDaysAbsolute + 1) / 1461L;
            if (n4Years != 0) {
                n4Day = (nDaysAbsolute + 1) % 1461L;
            } else {
                bLeap4 = false;
                n4Day = nDaysAbsolute;
            }
        } else {
            // Leap century - not special case!
            n4Years = nDaysAbsolute / 1461L;
            n4Day = nDaysAbsolute % 1461L;
        }
        if (bLeap4) {
            // -1 because first year has 366 days
            n4Yr = (n4Day - 1) / 365;
            if (n4Yr != 0) {
                n4Day = (n4Day - 1) % 365;
            }
        } else {
            n4Yr = n4Day / 365;
            n4Day %= 365;
        }
        tm_year = (int) (n400Years * 400 + n400Century * 100 + n4Years * 4 + n4Yr);
        // Handle leap year: before, on, and after Feb. 29.
        if (n4Yr == 0 && bLeap4 && n4Day == 59) {
            /* Feb. 29 */
            tm_mon = 2;
            tm_mday = 29;
        } else {
            if (n4Yr == 0 && bLeap4 && n4Day >= 59) {
                --n4Day;
            }
            // Make n4DaY a 1-based day of non-leap year and compute
            // month/day for everything but Feb. 29.
            ++n4Day;
            // Month number always >= n/32, so save some loop time */
            for (tm_mon = (int) ((n4Day >> 5) + 1); n4Day > rgMonthDays[tm_mon]; tm_mon++);
            tm_mday = (int) (n4Day - rgMonthDays[tm_mon - 1]);
        }

        if (nSecsInDay == 0) {
            tm_hour = tm_min = tm_sec = 0;
        } else {
            tm_sec = (int) (nSecsInDay % 60L);
            nMinutesInDay = nSecsInDay / 60L;
            tm_min = (int) (nMinutesInDay % 60);
            tm_hour = (int) (nMinutesInDay / 60);
        }
        Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance();
        c.set(Calendar.YEAR, tm_year);
        c.set(Calendar.MONTH, tm_mon - 1);
        c.set(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, tm_mday);
        c.set(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY, tm_hour);
        c.set(Calendar.MINUTE, tm_min);
        c.set(Calendar.SECOND, tm_sec);
        setTime(c.getTime().getTime());
//        setYear(tm_year - 1900);
//        setMonth(tm_mon - 1);
//        super.setDate(tm_mday); // resolves ambiguity
        // between OleDate.setDate and
        // java.util.Date.setDate
//        setHours(tm_hour);
//        setMinutes(tm_min);
//        setSeconds(tm_sec);
    }
//</editor-fold>

    public Date toDates() {
        Date date = new Date();
        date.setTime(this.getTime());
        return date;
    }

    public double toDoubles() {
        // source code copied from MFC 4.21 and modified.
        Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance();
        c.setTime(this);
        int wYear = c.get(Calendar.YEAR);
        int wMonth = c.get(Calendar.MONTH);
        int wDay = c.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH);
        int wHour = c.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY);
        int wMinute = c.get(Calendar.MINUTE);
        int wSecond = c.get(Calendar.SECOND);
        //  Check for leap year and set the number of days in the month
        boolean bLeapYear = ((wYear & 3) == 0) && ((wYear % 100) != 0 || (wYear % 400) == 0);
        // Cache the date in days and time in fractional days
        long nDate;
        double dblTime;
        //It is a valid date; make Jan 1, 1AD be 1
        nDate = wYear * 365L + wYear / 4 - wYear / 100 + wYear / 400 + rgMonthDays[wMonth - 1] + wDay;
        //  If leap year and it's before March, subtract 1:
        if (wMonth >= 2 && bLeapYear) {
            --nDate;
        }

        //  Offset so that 12/30/1899 is 0
        nDate -= 693959L;

        dblTime = (((long) wHour * 3600L)
                + // hrs in seconds
                ((long) wMinute * 60L)
                + // mins in seconds
                ((long) wSecond)) / 86400.;

        double dtDest = (double) nDate
                + ((nDate >= 0) ? dblTime : -dblTime);

        return dtDest;
    }
}

 

Sped Fiscal 20122016.txt

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