How to convert a date string to a DateTime object using Joda Time library?

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If date as a string is in the following format "04/02/2011 20:27:05". 

I tried:

DateTime dt = new DateTime("04/02/2011 20:27:05")

But I'm getting the following error :

Invalid format: "04/02/2011 14:42:17" is malformed at "/02/2011 14:42:17"

How to convert the above date to a DateTime object?

Jan 9 in Java by Sushmita
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DateTimeFormatter formatter = DateTimeFormat.forPattern("dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss");
DateTime dt = formatter.parseDateTime(string);
answered Jan 9 by Daisy
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