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How can I get the "Last Modified" date of an attachment?

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How can I get the "Last Modified" date of an attachment?
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by:zvonko
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Sub Click(Source As Button)
     Dim workspace As New NotesUIworkspace
     Dim doc As NotesDocument
     Dim item As NotesItem
     
     Set doc = workspace.CurrentDocument.Document
     Set item = doc.GetFirstItem( "$FILE" )
     Msgbox "File: " & item.Values(0) & "; last modified: " &  item.LASTMODIFIED
End Sub

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by:cyberzork
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zvonko,

I have just tried your suggestion. It seems that the LastModified property of $FILE returns the same value as the LastModified property of the Rich Text field that contains the attachment. In any case, it dows not return the date/time of the attachment.
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zvonko earned 100 total points
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you are right ;-)

the only properties you can fetch with LotusNotes means are: FileName (with item.Values(0) ) and the attached file itself.

For other properties (you can see in document/item properties display) are perhaps accessible  with CAPI, but for this is the effort to much higher over the results...

Sorry
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thanks for the points ;-)
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