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concatenate date and time

Question asked by PeteTheFreeze on Apr 11, 2013
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2013 by philmodjunk

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concatenate date and time

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     Dear all,

     A client implemented a way to jump to the last modified record as he found it here: http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1270/~/how-to-create-a-script-that-goes-to-the-last-record-modified

     This seems to work most of the time.  In one of the databases, however, it goes to the wrong record. (No matter how many records you create, the script always goes to the same (wrong) record.)

     Is there a mistake in the method? I would think so, because the post in the link is pretty old. The method concatenates a date and time using the ampersand character. This doesn't seem a correct procedure. Or is it OK to do that and shou;ld I look for a mistake somewhere else?

     Thanks in advance!

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