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Old 05-24-2006, 10:47 AM   #1
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db2 meta info


i am using db2 on mainframe mvs.

and i want to compare tables according to the date-time they have rows added/ updated/ deleted. (i.e.- the last time these tables have been touched)

i didnt build these tables so there is no timestamp feild.

is this info existing somewhere like in admin tools-db2 system catalog or SYSIBM.SYSTABLES?

thanks,

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