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Is there a 'Get Last Modified Date' function?

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Chris:
The FilterByFilterString takes a filter string that must comply with the structure represented in the documentation listed on the following pages....
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa220093(v=office.11).aspx
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa210275(office.11).aspx

The "ID" field is not a valid fileld in the context of a filtering string.  Valid field names can be found in the links on this page...
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa219388(v=office.11).aspx


Are you certain that the PCEM_OpenRecord is changing the modified timestamp?  I do not see any place in the source code for the plugin where this would happen.


Chris

Chris:
Also note, the EntryID is not a field that can be used in a filter string.

chammersley:
Chris-

Thank you for your response regarding the FilterByFilterString. As ID is not a field that can be used in the filter string this approach won't work.

I need to determine 'which record was modified last; the FileMaker entry or the Outlook entry?' When I issue the PCEM_OpenRecord command immediately followed by PCEM_GetFieldData( Modified ) a timestamp is returned the value of which is the current date/time. Which indicates to me that the OpenRecord command is modifying the Outlook record.

Would you recommend another method for approaching this problem?

Thanks!
Colleen

Chris:
Just following up to our conversation and the fix we found.  In some instances early versions of the plug-in would alter the LastModified date when accessing records with the PCEM_OpenRecord command.  The latest version of the plug-in (which will be available for download  after 5/25/2010 ) has this problem fixed.

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