Thats what I did first. This date is not current. Its based on the DSPOBJD
and not on the DSPFD.

2008/8/11 David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Michael Schmitz wrote:
I want to get the change date of a file by JT400. I tried the
Class and the getChangeDate method. The problem I see is that this method
returns the change date of the DSPOBJD. And this date is only refreshed
after a save :-( So how can I get a current change date by JT400?

How about using ObjectDescription?

ObjectDescription od = new ObjectDescription(as400, path);
Object chgDate = od.getValue(ObjectDescription.CHANGE_DATE);


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