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The Last Date Used field should not be updated on all of the objects when we are making a backup copy of a library. Why does IBM feel the need to update this date during the copy. The objects are not technically being used. We are only making a copy of the library. We are requesting this date remain as is during the copy. Also would like to leave the date as is if the file is accessed by interactive SQL.
When we do system cleanup or try to track down when the objects were last used it becomes a useless project because all the dates are changed because of the library copy. As far as the SQL goes, I can't tell if a file is actually being used by pgms so I look inside it with ACS SQL Scripts. The system updates the Last Used Date on the file and now it looks as if the system has used the file.
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