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From "Yagna Boorada" <yag...@mastek.com>
Subject How can I check an xml file timestamp and execute with a java in build file
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2006 04:44:32 GMT
Hi
 
    I am currently using a java class to parse a set of  xml files.
 
    I would like to check the timestamp of each one of of the xml files
and process only those.
 
    It would be a great help for me if I get one. 
 

Yagna

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