java.sql.Date does not implement toInstant, which is used by the java.util.Date bridge. So we get this:
This is a huge problem, because ORM will definitely put a java.sql.Date value in a java.util.Date property annotated with @Temporal(TemporalType.DATE) when loading from the database, and then entity reindexing will fail.
We should probably implement DefaultJavaUtilDateValueBridge exactly as DefaultJavaSqlDateValueBridge to avoid any problem.
And also we should add a test case (maybe add a few java.sql.Date instances in JavaUtilDatePropertyTypeDescriptor).
We probably have a similar problem for java.sql.Time, and maybe also for java.sql.Timestamp (maybe not for the last one, but it doesn't hurt to test).