|Is there away (using Windows batch scripting) to return the time / date stamp value of a particular file.|
Maybe like this:
dir /od > c:\temp\time-date-out.xt
then grep -I for ":" (colon) which should be there in the time field…. then using tokens to return the yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm values… search some of my batch files or on the Internet for for /f tokens, that will tell you how it's done. Once the variables are set, then perhaps we can compare to the file that's already there. Not sure.