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Message Posted: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 @ 08:26:54 GMT
Bruce, Just to make sure we're not talking at cross-purposes... The LastAlterTimeStamp column that was referred to is the last time the DDL was changed, not the data.
Basically, Teradata doesn't keep a log of the type that you're looking for. The LastAlterTimeStamp column is the best that is available within the dbms itself. Anything other than that would have to be maintained by an application.
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