Well, you could change just to look at this.
Use php's functions to change, check the last modified, and change it
back. Should take a few micro-seconds ;-) and it only uses php.
A hora está chegando:
"Jay Paulson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I have a problem... I want to check the last modified time that a file was
> changed/updated. Actually, it's an employee database that I'm working on
> and I thought about just checking the last modified date on the file that
> the information was stored on. However, I get a permission denied error
> I don't want to change the permissions of the file. Is there an easy way
> check to see when the last time anyone logged in and updated their
> 'employee' information?
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