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how to detect last change

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Hi,
is some 'technical' way to detect where the last change (i.e. insert or
update or delete) was performed on specified table ?
I know I can write appropriate triggers, but I am interesting in
exploring these informations from postgreSQL guts...

Regards, pajout.
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Nov 23 '05 #1
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Sorry, WHEN the last change...

Jan Poslusny wrote:
Hi,
is some 'technical' way to detect where the last change (i.e. insert
or update or delete) was performed on specified table ?
I know I can write appropriate triggers, but I am interesting in
exploring these informations from postgreSQL guts...

Regards, pajout.
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Nov 23 '05 #2

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