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Need to add a column to MySql DataBase, where I can track the last user who made changes to the information.VB.NET

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I have a programm in VB.NET   that requires a correct log in, in order to access to it. Once the user has accesed to it, he can make changes to the information. I want to have a column where I can check who was the last that modified that information.


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DalHorinek earned 2000 total points
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I guess you have an id of your users. So add a column last_id_user to the information table and on every change do something like

update information_table set last_id_user = <id_of_current_user>

Maybe I don't understand well the question.
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yes, that is exactly what I am looking for. To set a record of everyone who has update information.
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