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Posted Wednesday, December 26, 2007 10:28 PM
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Hi,

Is there any query available to find out the Last Modified Date of the MS SQL - 2000 Table.

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Posted Wednesday, December 26, 2007 11:51 PM


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SQL 2000 questions are best posted in the SQL 2000 forums.

Do you mean last change of structure or last change of data?



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Posted Thursday, December 27, 2007 12:23 AM
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i want when it was modified the table structure both sql 200 and sql2005
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In SQL 2005 you can look at the modify_date in sys.tables
In SQL 2000 I don't think there's any way of checking, unless you've got a trace running.



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Thanks for your information
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Thanks for your information
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PLEASE don't double post anymore... spreads resources too thin.

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