Date modified not updating

With all of these programs if I edit the file both the file and folder's date modified fields will update.Has anyone else experienced this issue recently or maybe does anyone have any idea as to what could be causing this issue?

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I am having this issue that I cannot seem to get a grasp of.

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Is this typical and where might I look into control this?

The modified dates change when SQL Server closes the files (SQL Server shut down or the database is detached), or when the file is grown (either automatically or manually).But they definitely work on Ubuntu, which is the context for answers on this site.`-r FILE' `--reference=FILE' Use the times of the reference FILE instead of the current time. JPG') # use newline as file separator (handle spaces in filenames) IFS=$'\n' for f in $* do # read file modification date using stat as seconds # adjust date backwards (1 month) using date and print in correct format # change file time using touch ( 1y adds a year "-1y" subtracts a year) # Below line subtracts a year touch -t $(date -v -1y -r $(stat -f %m "$") %Y%m%d%H%M.%S) "$" # Below line adds a year # touch -t $(date -v 1y -r $(stat -f %m "$") %Y%m%d%H%M.%S) "$" done Same as above comment.If this option is combined with the `--date=TIME' (`-d TIME') option, the reference FILE's time is the origin for any relative TIMEs given, but is otherwise ignored. JPG') # use newline as file separator (handle spaces in filenames) IFS=$'\n' for f in $ do # read file modification date using stat as seconds # adjust date backwards (1 month) using date and print in correct format # change file time using touch touch -t $(date -v -1m -r $(stat -f %m "$") %Y%m%d%H%M.%S) "$" done ' might show '20 ' (not all images have exif data). JPG') # use newline as file separator (handle spaces in filenames) IFS=$'\n' for f in $* do # read file modification date using stat as seconds # adjust date backwards (1 month) using date and print in correct format # change file time using touch touch -t $(date -v 1y -r $(stat -f %m "$") 2014%m%d%H%M.%S) "$" done #! Most files will have date embedded in meta data aded by camera.These employees often edit PDF files throughout the day and have been noticing a strange issue as of late.If they edit an existing PDF located within folder X, the date modified field WILL CHANGE for the file that has been edited (the PDF) but folder X's date modified will not change. I have tested with Microsoft Word documents, Excel documents and even using Apple's native PDF viewer Preview.To capture the date and the time, create one field for the date and one field for the time.

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