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just wanna ask the difference bet the the modified (initially) and modified (in this file) dates found in document properties

this is kinnda urgent so i'll definitely appreciate a prompt reply.

tnx in advance
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by:madheeswar
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Modified (initially): When the document initially Saved/Modified

Modified ( in this file): The document Last modified date
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by:makuletski
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does this mean that Modified (initially) does not change but the Modified ( in this file) is dynamic as the document is edited?
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by:madheeswar
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When you physically Save the document, both are updated.

You can see a change in time/date between 2 replica copies. Try to save a document in one replica and replicate, you can check the difference.
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Sjef Bosman earned 600 total points
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Modified initially: when modifications were on a document itself
Modified in this file: when the modification was replicated to this database from the database the modification happened in.

My two cents...
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by:BarryTice
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This is the explanation qwaletee gave me in a similar question last year:

As to the dfiiferences in times... understand the Notes replication.  I can create a doc on a local replica at 9:00, replicate it up at 10:00, modify it on the local at 11:00, and replicate it again at 12:00.

So created is 9:00, whether I am looking at the server or the local.  But on the server I also see Added at 10:00, while locally, Added is the same as Created.

Similar for modified/modified in this file.  local that's 11:00 for both.  On the server, Modified is 11:00, modified in this file is 12:00.

This is essentially what madheeswar and sjef said, but with an example to clarify. (Points to them or to qwaletee if you can find him.)

-- b.r.t.
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by:qwaletee
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Hi BarryTice,

> This is essentially what madheeswar and sjef said, but with an example to clarify. (Points
> to them or to qwaletee if you can find him.)
Yeah, Qwaletee seems to have disapeared.

Sjef has it right, Madheeswar got it mixed up a but.  He's refering to created versus modified, not modified at point-of-save versus modified local.

Best regards,
qwaletee
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by:makuletski
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Take this example...can  you guys help me determine what caused the replication save conflict of the two documents below by using the dates in the document properties?

Main Doc

Created: 04/18/2005 9:01:43 AM
Modified: 04/18/2005 10:50:38 AM
Added: 04/20/2005 10:32:15 AM
Modified (in this file) : 04/20/2005 10:36:22 AM
Modified by: User1's ID
Accessed: 04/20/2005

$Revisions: 04/18/2005 9:01:44 AM GDT
      04/18/2005 9:17:32 AM GDT
$Updated By: Agent's ID
            User1's ID
Editor: User1's ID
EH Date: 04/18/2005 10:46:57 AM GDT


Conflict Doc

Created: 04/18/2005 7:00:36 PM
Modified: 04/18/2005 06:58:34 PM
Added: 04/20/2005 10:31:19 AM
Modified (in this file) : 04/20/2005 10:31:38 AM
Modified by: Agent's ID
Accessed: 04/20/2005

$Revisions: 04/18/2005 9:01:44 AM GDT
$Updated By: Agent's ID
Editor: User2's ID
EH Date: 04/18/2005 11:19:46 AM GDT

* Editor and EH Date are fields from the document which records the last revision of the document


Any idea or intelligient guess will be appreciated!

Thanks in advance
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by:qwaletee
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Now, why would I continue to comment on a thread abandoned for over a month, until the asker happened to need more help?

Close the question already.
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