How to get the timestamp of a dataset



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How to get the timestamp of a dataset

Postby faziltcs » Tue May 12, 2009 5:43 pm

Hi

How can I find the (creation/modified) timestamp of datasets in ISPF. Or how can I find the latest dataset created/modified from a list of datasets.

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Re: How to get the timestamp of a dataset

Postby swd » Tue May 12, 2009 6:02 pm

Hi

In 3.4 of ISPF, if you have a list of datasets, you can PF11 (or RIGHT) until the 'Created' column appears which will give you the date it was created. You can sort the list of datasets on the Created date by typing SORT CREATED on the command line. The same goes for the Referred Date field (SORT REFERRED).

Or if you tab down and put an 'i' next to the dataset in the left hand column you'll get the Dataset Information with the Creattion and Referred dates.

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Re: How to get the timestamp of a dataset

Postby swd » Tue May 12, 2009 6:04 pm

...forgot to mention that I don't know a way to get a 'Timestamp' of when a dataset was changed, only a date.

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