Glenn Holmer wrote:


Anybody know if there's an API in JTOpen to get the timestamp of a
file member (so we can get rid of some old PCML code that calls
into OS/400)?
Open the member as either an IFSFile or an IFSJavaFile and call the
lastModified() method?

Is that really possible (opening a member as an IFSFile)? We couldn't get it to work.
You must use e.g. a SequentialFile to actually read/write from it (which again requires you to learn the record structure first). I have working code, if you need it.

I meant to just call e.g. "new IFSFile" with the full name of the member (/QSYS..../WHATEVER.MBR), and then ask for whatever you need (exists(), lastModified(), etc).


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