Hello Chuck,

I try the following statements...

AS400 as400 = new AS400();

QSYSObjectPathName path = new QSYSObjectPathName(
"/QSYS.LIB/TEST.LIB/TEST.FILE/TEST.MBR");
FileAttributes objDescr = new FileAttributes(as400, path
.getPath(), false);
System.out.println(objDescr.getChangeTime());

But I receive the wrong time...

CU
Michael

2008/8/12 CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx>

Michael Schmitz wrote:

I want to get the change date of a file by JT400. I tried the
FileAttributes 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?

The /change date/ of data is maintained by the member. The date can
be obtained as an attribute of the /file/ in the directory of the *FILE
in the /QSYS.LIB, or from the member using a method that gets the date
using the QUSRMBRD API. Note: If the *FILE is a PF-SRC, then the date
of interest is the /source change date/ rather than the change date.
Note: The change date for the member includes changes other than those
to the data... which is true for the file object as well.

Regards, Chuck
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