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It would be nice if you timestamped the definition of an object (version). Best would be an option which allowed us to specify version timestamp with a default to current timestamp.

asked 13 Jun '12, 18:55

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edited 14 Jun '12, 08:03

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See http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1201/en/dbreference/sysobject-system-view.html*d5e81537

All objects have an 'object_id' in their respective system view (eg SYSTAB) that can be joined to SYSOBJECT to get the creation time.

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answered 13 Jun '12, 20:03

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