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Hi All,
I need a help from you all. I need to upload a file from client machine to server. I did it using MultipartHttpServletRequest API. Now i want to get the last modified date of a file.I used file.lastModified method to get the date but it returns the date when we upload the file to server, it not returns the original last modified date. Let me know is it possible to get teh file last modified date from the client side itself using javascript?


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Please do not cross-post the same question in multiple forums. It wastes people's time when multiple redundant conversations take place. Please read this for more information.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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