Validación de formato de fecha Regex en Java

Me pregunto si hay una forma (tal vez con regex) de validar que una entrada en una aplicación de escritorio Java sea exactamente una cadena formateada como: “AAAA-MM-DD”.

Lo busqué pero sin éxito.

Gracias

Use la siguiente expresión regular:

^\d{4}-\d{2}-\d{2}$ 

como en

 if (str.matches("\\d{4}-\\d{2}-\\d{2}")) { ... } 

Con el método de matches , los anclajes ^ y $ (comienzo y final de la cadena, respectivamente) están presentes implícitamente.

Necesita más de una regex , por ejemplo, “9999-99-00” no es una fecha válida. Hay una clase SimpleDateFormat creada para hacer esto. Más pesado, pero más completo.

p.ej

 SimpleDateFormat format = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); boolean isValidDate(string input) { try { format.parse(input); return true; } catch(ParseException e){ return false; } } 

Desafortunadamente, SimpleDateFormat es pesado y no es seguro para subprocesos.

Poniendolo todo junto:

  • REGEX no valida valores (como “2010-19-19”)
  • SimpleDateFormat no verifica el formato (“2010-1-2”, “1-0002-003” son aceptados)

es necesario usar ambos para validar el formato y el valor:

 public static boolean isValid(String text) { if (text == null || !text.matches("\\d{4}-[01]\\d-[0-3]\\d")) return false; SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); df.setLenient(false); try { df.parse(text); return true; } catch (ParseException ex) { return false; } } 


Se puede usar un ThreadLocal para evitar la creación de un nuevo SimpleDateFormat para cada llamada.
Es necesario en un contexto multiproceso ya que SimpleDateFormat no es seguro para subprocesos:

 private static final ThreadLocal format = new ThreadLocal() { @Override protected SimpleDateFormat initialValue() { SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); df.setLenient(false); System.out.println("created"); return df; } }; public static boolean isValid(String text) { if (text == null || !text.matches("\\d{4}-[01]\\d-[0-3]\\d")) return false; try { format.get().parse(text); return true; } catch (ParseException ex) { return false; } } 

(Lo mismo se puede hacer para un Matcher, que tampoco es seguro para subprocesos)

Esto lo hará regex: "^((19|20)\\d\\d)-(0?[1-9]|1[012])-(0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])$" Esto cuidará formatos válidos y fechas válidas. No validará los días correctos del mes, es decir, año bisiesto.

 String regex = "^((19|20)\\d\\d)-(0?[1-9]|1[012])-(0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])$"; Assert.assertTrue("Date: matched.", Pattern.matches(regex, "2011-1-1")); Assert.assertFalse("Date (month): not matched.", Pattern.matches(regex, "2011-13-1")); 

¡Buena suerte!

Me gustaría ir con una expresión regular simple que verificará que los días no tengan más de 31 días y meses no más de 12. Algo así como:

 (0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])-(0?[1-9]|1[012])-((18|19|20|21)\\d\\d) 

Este es el formato “dd-MM-aaaa”. Puede ajustarlo según sus necesidades (por ejemplo, quitar el? Para hacer el 0 inicial necesario – ahora es opcional), y luego usar una lógica personalizada para reducir las reglas específicas como años bisiempos, número de días de febrero, caso y otros meses número de días casos. Vea el código de DateChecker a continuación.

Estoy eligiendo este enfoque ya que probé que este es el mejor cuando se tiene en cuenta el rendimiento. Comprobé este (1er) enfoque versus el 2º enfoque de validación de una fecha frente a una expresión regular que se ocupa de los demás casos de uso, y el 3er enfoque de usar la misma expresión regular anterior en combinación con SimpleDateFormat.parse (fecha).
El primer enfoque fue 4 veces más rápido que el segundo enfoque, y 8 veces más rápido que el 3er enfoque. Consulte el verificador de fecha independiente y la clase principal del comprobador de rendimiento en la parte inferior. Una cosa que dejé sin marcar es el (los) enfoque (s) del tiempo joda. (La biblioteca de fecha / hora más eficiente).

Código del verificador de fecha:

 class DateChecker { private Matcher matcher; private Pattern pattern; public DateChecker(String regex) { pattern = Pattern.compile(regex); } /** * Checks if the date format is a valid. * Uses the regex pattern to match the date first. * Than additionally checks are performed on the boundaries of the days taken the month into account (leap years are covered). * * @param date the date that needs to be checked. * @return if the date is of an valid format or not. */ public boolean check(final String date) { matcher = pattern.matcher(date); if (matcher.matches()) { matcher.reset(); if (matcher.find()) { int day = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(1)); int month = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(2)); int year = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(3)); switch (month) { case 1: case 3: case 5: case 7: case 8: case 10: case 12: return day < 32; case 4: case 6: case 9: case 11: return day < 31; case 2: int modulo100 = year % 100; //http://science.howstuffworks.com/science-vs-myth/everyday-myths/question50.htm if ((modulo100 == 0 && year % 400 == 0) || (modulo100 != 0 && year % LEAP_STEP == 0)) { //its a leap year return day < 30; } else { return day < 29; } default: break; } } } return false; } public String getRegex() { return pattern.pattern(); } } 

Fecha de verificación / prueba y prueba de rendimiento:

 import java.text.ParseException; import java.text.SimpleDateFormat; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.List; import java.util.regex.Matcher; import java.util.regex.Pattern; public class Tester { private static final String[] validDateStrings = new String[]{ "1-1-2000", //leading 0s for day and month optional "01-1-2000", //leading 0 for month only optional "1-01-2000", //leading 0 for day only optional "01-01-1800", //first accepted date "31-12-2199", //last accepted date "31-01-2000", //January has 31 days "31-03-2000", //March has 31 days "31-05-2000", //May has 31 days "31-07-2000", //July has 31 days "31-08-2000", //August has 31 days "31-10-2000", //October has 31 days "31-12-2000", //December has 31 days "30-04-2000", //April has 30 days "30-06-2000", //June has 30 days "30-09-2000", //September has 30 days "30-11-2000", //November has 30 days }; private static final String[] invalidDateStrings = new String[]{ "00-01-2000", //there is no 0-th day "01-00-2000", //there is no 0-th month "31-12-1799", //out of lower boundary date "01-01-2200", //out of high boundary date "32-01-2000", //January doesn't have 32 days "32-03-2000", //March doesn't have 32 days "32-05-2000", //May doesn't have 32 days "32-07-2000", //July doesn't have 32 days "32-08-2000", //August doesn't have 32 days "32-10-2000", //October doesn't have 32 days "32-12-2000", //December doesn't have 32 days "31-04-2000", //April doesn't have 31 days "31-06-2000", //June doesn't have 31 days "31-09-2000", //September doesn't have 31 days "31-11-2000", //November doesn't have 31 days "001-02-2000", //SimpleDateFormat valid date (day with leading 0s) even with lenient set to false "1-0002-2000", //SimpleDateFormat valid date (month with leading 0s) even with lenient set to false "01-02-0003", //SimpleDateFormat valid date (year with leading 0s) even with lenient set to false "01.01-2000", //. invalid separator between day and month "01-01.2000", //. invalid separator between month and year "01/01-2000", /// invalid separator between day and month "01-01/2000", /// invalid separator between month and year "01_01-2000", //_ invalid separator between day and month "01-01_2000", //_ invalid separator between month and year "01-01-2000-12345", //only whole string should be matched "01-13-2000", //month bigger than 13 }; /** * These constants will be used to generate the valid and invalid boundary dates for the leap years. (For no leap year, Feb. 28 valid and Feb. 29 invalid; for a leap year Feb. 29 valid and Feb. 30 invalid) */ private static final int LEAP_STEP = 4; private static final int YEAR_START = 1800; private static final int YEAR_END = 2199; /** * This date regex will find matches for valid dates between 1800 and 2199 in the format of "dd-MM-yyyy". * The leading 0 is optional. */ private static final String DATE_REGEX = "((0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])-(0?[13578]|1[02])-(18|19|20|21)[0-9]{2})|((0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|30)-(0?[469]|11)-(18|19|20|21)[0-9]{2})|((0?[1-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-8])-(0?2)-(18|19|20|21)[0-9]{2})|(29-(0?2)-(((18|19|20|21)(04|08|[2468][048]|[13579][26]))|2000))"; /** * This date regex is similar to the first one, but with the difference of matching only the whole string. So "01-01-2000-12345" won't pass with a match. * Keep in mind that String.matches tries to match only the whole string. */ private static final String DATE_REGEX_ONLY_WHOLE_STRING = "^" + DATE_REGEX + "$"; /** * The simple regex (without checking for 31 day months and leap years): */ private static final String DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE = "(0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])-(0?[1-9]|1[012])-((18|19|20|21)\\d\\d)"; /** * This date regex is similar to the first one, but with the difference of matching only the whole string. So "01-01-2000-12345" won't pass with a match. */ private static final String DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE_ONLY_WHOLE_STRING = "^" + DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE + "$"; private static final SimpleDateFormat SDF = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MM-yyyy"); static { SDF.setLenient(false); } private static final DateChecker dateValidatorSimple = new DateChecker(DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE); private static final DateChecker dateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString = new DateChecker(DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE_ONLY_WHOLE_STRING); /** * @param args */ public static void main(String[] args) { DateTimeStatistics dateTimeStatistics = new DateTimeStatistics(); boolean shouldMatch = true; for (int i = 0; i < validDateStrings.length; i++) { String validDate = validDateStrings[i]; matchAssertAndPopulateTimes( dateTimeStatistics, shouldMatch, validDate); } shouldMatch = false; for (int i = 0; i < invalidDateStrings.length; i++) { String invalidDate = invalidDateStrings[i]; matchAssertAndPopulateTimes(dateTimeStatistics, shouldMatch, invalidDate); } for (int year = YEAR_START; year < (YEAR_END + 1); year++) { FebruaryBoundaryDates februaryBoundaryDates = createValidAndInvalidFebruaryBoundaryDateStringsFromYear(year); shouldMatch = true; matchAssertAndPopulateTimes(dateTimeStatistics, shouldMatch, februaryBoundaryDates.getValidFebruaryBoundaryDateString()); shouldMatch = false; matchAssertAndPopulateTimes(dateTimeStatistics, shouldMatch, februaryBoundaryDates.getInvalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString()); } dateTimeStatistics.calculateAvarageTimesAndPrint(); } private static void matchAssertAndPopulateTimes( DateTimeStatistics dateTimeStatistics, boolean shouldMatch, String date) { dateTimeStatistics.addDate(date); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(date, DATE_REGEX, shouldMatch, dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithDateRegex()); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(date, DATE_REGEX_ONLY_WHOLE_STRING, shouldMatch, dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString()); boolean matchesSimpleDateFormat = matchWithSimpleDateFormatAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatches(date, dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse()); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatchesAndCheck( dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimple(), shouldMatch, date, matchesSimpleDateFormat, DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatchesAndCheck( dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString(), shouldMatch, date, matchesSimpleDateFormat, DATE_REGEX_SIMPLE_ONLY_WHOLE_STRING); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(date, dateValidatorSimple, shouldMatch, dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple()); matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(date, dateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString, shouldMatch, dateTimeStatistics.getTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString()); } private static void matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatchesAndCheck( List times, boolean shouldMatch, String date, boolean matchesSimpleDateFormat, String regex) { boolean matchesFromRegex = matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatches(date, regex, times); assert !((matchesSimpleDateFormat && matchesFromRegex) ^ shouldMatch) : "Parsing with SimpleDateFormat and date:" + date + "\nregex:" + regex + "\nshouldMatch:" + shouldMatch; } private static void matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(String date, String regex, boolean shouldMatch, List times) { boolean matches = matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatches(date, regex, times); assert !(matches ^ shouldMatch) : "date:" + date + "\nregex:" + regex + "\nshouldMatch:" + shouldMatch; } private static void matchAndPopulateTimeToMatch(String date, DateChecker dateValidator, boolean shouldMatch, List times) { long timestampStart; long timestampEnd; boolean matches; timestampStart = System.nanoTime(); matches = dateValidator.check(date); timestampEnd = System.nanoTime(); times.add(timestampEnd - timestampStart); assert !(matches ^ shouldMatch) : "date:" + date + "\ndateValidator with regex:" + dateValidator.getRegex() + "\nshouldMatch:" + shouldMatch; } private static boolean matchAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatches(String date, String regex, List times) { long timestampStart; long timestampEnd; boolean matches; timestampStart = System.nanoTime(); matches = date.matches(regex); timestampEnd = System.nanoTime(); times.add(timestampEnd - timestampStart); return matches; } private static boolean matchWithSimpleDateFormatAndPopulateTimeToMatchAndReturnMatches(String date, List times) { long timestampStart; long timestampEnd; boolean matches = true; timestampStart = System.nanoTime(); try { SDF.parse(date); } catch (ParseException e) { matches = false; } finally { timestampEnd = System.nanoTime(); times.add(timestampEnd - timestampStart); } return matches; } private static FebruaryBoundaryDates createValidAndInvalidFebruaryBoundaryDateStringsFromYear(int year) { FebruaryBoundaryDates februaryBoundaryDates; int modulo100 = year % 100; //http://science.howstuffworks.com/science-vs-myth/everyday-myths/question50.htm if ((modulo100 == 0 && year % 400 == 0) || (modulo100 != 0 && year % LEAP_STEP == 0)) { februaryBoundaryDates = new FebruaryBoundaryDates( createFebruaryDateFromDayAndYear(29, year), createFebruaryDateFromDayAndYear(30, year) ); } else { februaryBoundaryDates = new FebruaryBoundaryDates( createFebruaryDateFromDayAndYear(28, year), createFebruaryDateFromDayAndYear(29, year) ); } return februaryBoundaryDates; } private static String createFebruaryDateFromDayAndYear(int day, int year) { return String.format("%d-02-%d", day, year); } static class FebruaryBoundaryDates { private String validFebruaryBoundaryDateString; String invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString; public FebruaryBoundaryDates(String validFebruaryBoundaryDateString, String invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString) { super(); this.validFebruaryBoundaryDateString = validFebruaryBoundaryDateString; this.invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString = invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString; } public String getValidFebruaryBoundaryDateString() { return validFebruaryBoundaryDateString; } public void setValidFebruaryBoundaryDateString( String validFebruaryBoundaryDateString) { this.validFebruaryBoundaryDateString = validFebruaryBoundaryDateString; } public String getInvalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString() { return invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString; } public void setInvalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString( String invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString) { this.invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString = invalidFebruaryBoundaryDateString; } } static class DateTimeStatistics { private List dates = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithDateRegex = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple = new ArrayList(); private List timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString = new ArrayList(); public List getDates() { return dates; } public List getTimesTakenWithDateRegex() { return timesTakenWithDateRegex; } public List getTimesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString() { return timesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString; } public List getTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimple() { return timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple; } public List getTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString() { return timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString; } public List getTimesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse() { return timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse; } public List getTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple() { return timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple; } public List getTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString() { return timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString; } public void addDate(String date) { dates.add(date); } public void addTimesTakenWithDateRegex(long time) { timesTakenWithDateRegex.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString(long time) { timesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimple(long time) { timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString(long time) { timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse(long time) { timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple(long time) { timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple.add(time); } public void addTimesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString(long time) { timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString.add(time); } private void calculateAvarageTimesAndPrint() { long[] sumOfTimes = new long[7]; int timesSize = timesTakenWithDateRegex.size(); for (int i = 0; i < timesSize; i++) { sumOfTimes[0] += timesTakenWithDateRegex.get(i); sumOfTimes[1] += timesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString.get(i); sumOfTimes[2] += timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple.get(i); sumOfTimes[3] += timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString.get(i); sumOfTimes[4] += timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse.get(i); sumOfTimes[5] += timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple.get(i); sumOfTimes[6] += timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString.get(i); } System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegex (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[0] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegexOnlyWholeString (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[1] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[2] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[3] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[4] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegexSimple + timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse (in nanoseconds):" + (double) (sumOfTimes[2] + sumOfTimes[4]) / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithDateRegexSimpleOnlyWholeString + timesTakenWithSimpleDateFormatParse (in nanoseconds):" + (double) (sumOfTimes[3] + sumOfTimes[4]) / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimple (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[5] / timesSize); System.out.println("AVG from timesTakenWithdateValidatorSimpleOnlyWholeString (in nanoseconds):" + (double) sumOfTimes[6] / timesSize); } } static class DateChecker { private Matcher matcher; private Pattern pattern; public DateChecker(String regex) { pattern = Pattern.compile(regex); } /** * Checks if the date format is a valid. * Uses the regex pattern to match the date first. * Than additionally checks are performed on the boundaries of the days taken the month into account (leap years are covered). * * @param date the date that needs to be checked. * @return if the date is of an valid format or not. */ public boolean check(final String date) { matcher = pattern.matcher(date); if (matcher.matches()) { matcher.reset(); if (matcher.find()) { int day = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(1)); int month = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(2)); int year = Integer.parseInt(matcher.group(3)); switch (month) { case 1: case 3: case 5: case 7: case 8: case 10: case 12: return day < 32; case 4: case 6: case 9: case 11: return day < 31; case 2: int modulo100 = year % 100; //http://science.howstuffworks.com/science-vs-myth/everyday-myths/question50.htm if ((modulo100 == 0 && year % 400 == 0) || (modulo100 != 0 && year % LEAP_STEP == 0)) { //its a leap year return day < 30; } else { return day < 29; } default: break; } } } return false; } public String getRegex() { return pattern.pattern(); } } } 

Algunas notas útiles:
- para habilitar las aserciones (verificación de afirmaciones), necesita usar el argumento -ea cuando se ejecuta el probador. (En eclipse esto se hace editando la configuración Ejecutar / Depurar -> pestaña Argumentos -> Argumentos VM -> insertar "-ea"
- La expresión regular anterior está limitada a los años 1800 a 2199
- No es necesario utilizar ^ al principio y $ al final para hacer coincidir solo la cadena de fecha completa. The String.matches se ocupa de eso.
- asegúrese de verificar los casos válidos y no válidos y cámbielos según las reglas que tenga.
- la versión "única cadena completa" de cada expresión regular da la misma velocidad que la versión "normal" (la que no tiene ^ y $). Si observa diferencias de rendimiento, esto se debe a que Java se "acostumbra" a procesar las mismas instrucciones, por lo que el tiempo disminuye. Si cambia las líneas donde se ejecutan las versiones "normal" y "única cadena completa", verá esto probado.

¡Espero que esto ayude a alguien!
Aclamaciones,
Déspota

java.time

La forma correcta (y fácil) de realizar la validación de fecha / hora con Java 8+ es usar la clase java.time.format.DateTimeFormatter . Usar una expresión regular para la validación no es realmente ideal para las fechas. Para el caso de ejemplo en esta pregunta:

 DateTimeFormatter formatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("yyyy-MM-dd"); try { LocalDate date = formatter.parse(text, LocalDate::from); } catch (DateTimeParseException e) { // Thrown if text could not be parsed in the specified format } 

Este código analizará el texto, validará que sea una fecha válida y también devolverá la fecha como un objeto LocalDate . Tenga en cuenta que la clase DateTimeFormatter tiene una cantidad de formatos de fecha predefinidos estáticos que coinciden con los estándares ISO si su caso de uso coincide con alguno de ellos.

Construya un SimpleDateFormat con la máscara, y luego llame a: SimpleDateFormat.parse (String s, ParsePosition p)

Para un control preciso, considere un InputVerifier usando el SimpleDateFormat("YYYY-MM-dd") sugerido por Steve B.

Si quieres una expresión regular simple, entonces no será precisa. https://www.freeformatter.com/java-regex-tester.html#ad-output ofrece una herramienta para probar tu expresión regular de Java. Además, en la parte inferior, puede encontrar algunos regex sugeridos para validar una fecha.

Formato de fecha ISO (aaaa-mm-dd):

 ^[0-9]{4}-(((0[13578]|(10|12))-(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|3[0-1]))|(02-(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]))|((0[469]|11)-(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|30)))$ 

Formato de fecha ISO (aaaa-mm-dd) con separadores ‘-‘ o ‘/’ o ‘.’ o ”. Fuerza el uso del mismo separador a través de la fecha.

 ^[0-9]{4}([- /.])(((0[13578]|(10|12))\1(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|3[0-1]))|(02\1(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]))|((0[469]|11)\1(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|30)))$ 

Formato de fecha de Estados Unidos (mm / dd / aaaa)

 ^(((0[13578]|(10|12))/(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|3[0-1]))|(02/(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]))|((0[469]|11)/(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|30)))/[0-9]{4}$ 

Horas y minutos, formato de 24 horas (HH: MM):

 ^(20|21|22|23|[01]\d|\d)((:[0-5]\d){1,2})$ 

Buena suerte

A continuación, el código agregado funciona para mí si está usando el patrón dd-MM-aaaa.

 public boolean isValidDate(String date) { boolean check; String date1 = "^(0?[1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])-(0?[1-9]|1[012])-([12][0-9]{3})$"; check = date.matches(date1); return check; }