Toolkit 1.3.2 modified date and time

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    DSV

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    Hi,

    Could anyone advise if Toolkit version 1.3.2 updates the Modified tag with the current date and time when a project is modified or is it the create date and time. I was hoping to find a way of working out the last time a project was worked on and by whom (Hostname tag).

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    JohnC

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    There is a tag inside the *.xml but that makes NO sense at all ! I just found one that has :

    Windows Timestamp : 27/04/06 3.03pm
    Internally it's showing Modified : 2003-11-28T10:42:29.611+11:00

    So that is a bit wierd isn't it !
     
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    Darpa

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    Hey DSV,

    If you have a specific file that you want to find out the creation/modification dates for, and you are using windows (I assume you are), if you right-click on the actual file you want to check, move down and left-click on "Properties", it will open a window that will show you the Creation and Modificaton dates and times, and also the last time the file was accessed. Unfortunately, as you are only using a normal windows PC, and not some form of Server software, working out WHO last modified the file could prove a little tricky...

    Also, for any of the above to work, you need to be on the computer that created the file, as burning it to a CD and opening on another computer would mess up these dates and times, changing them to the date and time that the CD was burned. Copying across a network shouldnt affect this information though.

    Regards,

    Darpa :)
     
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