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Peter Bengtsson wrote:
> Zope objects don't have a creation date, but they have a modification
> date which is called bobobase_modification_time which is a callable
> function. This can't be modified as far as I know other than setting
> this date to todays date and time. Don't rely on this date for
> anything.
> 
> You're better off setting your own date on every object. How you do
> this depends but if you use Plone it shouldn't be hard if you use
> archetypes.

Stock CMF content stores the creation data in a separate attribute,
'creation_data'.  That attribute has mo "mutator" method, and therefore
cannot be assigned by untrusted code.  You should be able to set the
value from an ExternalMethod, however.


Tres.
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