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How to find out when a Microsoft Access 2002 table was last updated

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Hi All,
I have a MS Access 2002 application that runs with various macros every 6 hours and updates some tables. How do I find out when a table was last updated.
Also, how do I find out when a module or a macro last ran.
This will help me troubleshoot application.
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Hello,

In Access, there is no track auto maintains like we have in SQL Server in sys.objects.
But we can achieve with custom coding

please find below link for this.
stackoverflow.com/questions/926897/detect-time-of-last-change-on-a-microsoft-access-database-table

For last run of macro, again need to customize. Please follow below link

http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/access-help/store-the-date-and-time-when-a-record-is-modified-HA010241284.aspx

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