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Files.AccessDate

Queries the access date of the file or folder.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
Files 2.9 ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes
MBS( "Files.AccessDate"; Path )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example
Path Native path to the file to check. "C:\test\me.jpg"

Result

Returns timestamp or error.

Description

Queries the access date of the file or folder.

Although the function is named date, it does return the time, too. Result is a timestamp.

This function requires a native path. Use Path.FileMakerPathToNativePath to convert a FileMaker path to a native path if required. If you like to have the user choose the path, you can use FileDialog functions.
For Server be aware that server has limited permissions and may not be able to access all files on a computer.

Examples

Queries access date of a file

MBS( "Files.AccessDate"; "C:\test.txt" )

Show files Dates:

MBS( "Files.CreationDate"; "C:\Users\Christian\Desktop\ddd.rtf" ) & " created" & ¶ &
MBS( "Files.ModificationDate"; "C:\Users\Christian\Desktop\ddd.rtf" ) & " modified" & ¶ &
MBS( "Files.AccessDate"; "C:\Users\Christian\Desktop\ddd.rtf" ) & " accessed"

See also

Release notes

Example Databases

Blog Entries

This function checks for a license.

Created 18th August 2014, last changed 17th July 2017


FileDialogWatcher.Install - Files.AddedToDirectoryDate

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