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Knowing when a row was last updated

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Hi all,
Is it possible to know when a row was last updated. Using 7.3.3.

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Antony Paul

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On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 07:43:31PM +0530, Antony Paul wrote:
Is it possible to know when a row was last updated. Using 7.3.3.


Add a TIMESTAMP or TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE column to the table and
use a trigger to update it.

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