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Need to do a "managed retrieve"

Rigido

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Hi,
some years ago we set up a procedure to archive log files, now customer wants to dismiss SP and we need to retrieve files "one by one" (hundred versions of the same file) on a network share.
We are almost done, we wrote a select between archives and contents tables so we know the tape where the single file is and we can sort by tape and minimize tape mounts BUT we can't find the table/column that stores file modification date and time (you can see it with q archive F=D) as we need to retrieve "source_file" into "source_file_MODDATE_MODTIME" (not ARCHIVE date and time).

Does someone know where file modification date and time are stored?

Thanks.
 

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