Dave

You can put DSPFD out to an outfile and query it.

DSPFD FILE(yourschema/*ALL)
TYPE(*MBRLIST)
OUTPUT(*OUTFILE)
FILEATR(*PF)
OUTFILE(somelib/FDMBRLIST)

There are fields for last changed century, date, and time - this is per member, but if all are single-member files, no problem.

With SQL you can test for the date being within the last day or any number of days before current date.

HTH
Vern

On 4/7/2011 11:02 AM, Dave Boettcher wrote:
On a somewhat regular basis, we need to determine whether or not the data in tables in a schema have been updated. There are about 100 tables in this schema and an update is run daily. Not all tables are necessarily updated each day. I have been just doing a DSPFD and scrolling down to the member list and looking at the last change date and time for the member.
This morning I thought there must be a way to find this using the SYS* tables created when you create a schema so that I could automate this checking process. I have looked at QADBXREF and QADBIFLD but have only found when the table itself was last changed, not when the data changed. So I ran DSPFD *MBRLIST to an out file and of course it's there as last change date. But isn't there a place on the system provided tables where it would be also?

All help is appreciated.

TIA,

Thanks,

Dave B

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1. Don't sweat the small stuff. 2. It's all small stuff.


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