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Message Posted: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 @ 17:25:37 GMT
If you're on V2R5.1 or higher you can use ObjectUseCount (see the Utilities manual under DBSControl). This is likely to be a lower overhead than either AccessLogging or DBQL. of course, those features give you other benefits as well, but if all you want to know is "when was this table last used".
On V2R5.1 and higher you may also be able to accurately use the LastAccessTimeStamp column. I know that this column isn't populated under V2R5.0 but I can't remember when it was populated, sheck the System Release Notice manuals.
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