Alan,

As others have mentioned, this is easier at 6.1.

If you're not at 6.1, then your options are
1) trigger
2) access through LF/Views that don't contain the timestamp field.

As an added bonus, you can implement option #2 without recompiling!
Simply move the data to a new table, and create a LF/View over the new
table using the name of the original table.

HTH,
Charles


On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 4:43 PM, Alan Shore <AlanShore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Afternoon everyone

I KNOW that I've seen this (well, I think I have)
Is there a way to define a timestamp on a file that will automatically
change each and every time the record is written/updated WITHOUT any coding
changes to any programs.
Obviously re-compiles would be needed, but that's all

As always
any responses:- MUCH appreciated



Alan Shore
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