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"Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

Hello Members,

What is the difference between

GWAC, user object, Diagnostics, Information, Last Client Login Time

and

GWAC, user object, User Mailbox, Statistics, Last login time.

The latter looks like an up to date last login time. But Last Client Login Time looks like an outdated something. I couldn't find anything in the documentation about this. I assume "Last login time" is something new and "Last Client Login Time" is there for backward compatibility.

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Gellért
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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

In article <gehorvath.8vpkhz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Gehorvath
wrote:
> What is the difference between
>
> GWAC, user object, Diagnostics, Information, Last Client Login Time
> and
> GWAC, user object, User Mailbox, Statistics, Last login time.


Where exactly are you seeing these and for which version of GroupWise?
I don't recall seeing that combination on the systems I've worked with.

"Last Client Login Time" is an actively updated field GW 2014R2 and I
don't see any "Last login time" on the GW 2014R2 system I connected to
at the moment.
I normally pull such data as per
https://www.novell.com/communities/coolsolutions/making-groupwise-
user-listings-just-link-away/


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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

Hello Andy,

this is a 18.0.2 system. I don't have a 14R2 system to test with. I assume it is related to the newly integrated GWAVA module.

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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

In article <gehorvath.8w684n@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Gehorvath
wrote:
> this is a 18.0.2 system. I don't have a 14R2 system to test with. I
> assume it is related to the newly integrated GWAVA module.


So that I know where to look when I'm next on a GW18 system, where are
you seeing those?
Is this a strait GW system or the Enterprise Messaging?

I would assume that as well, only other references of GWAC I found was
for WebAccess


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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

konecnya;2496177 wrote:
In article <gehorvath.8w684n@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Gehorvath
wrote:
> this is a 18.0.2 system. I don't have a 14R2 system to test with. I
> assume it is related to the newly integrated GWAVA module.


So that I know where to look when I'm next on a GW18 system, where are
you seeing those?
Is this a strait GW system or the Enterprise Messaging?

I would assume that as well, only other references of GWAC I found was
for WebAccess


Using REST, you can retrieve lastClientLoginTime via .../domains/myDom/postoffices/myPO1/users/Fred. For lastLoginTime append /info i.e. .../domains/myDom/postoffices/myPO1/users/Fred/info.

For a client login here, the values are the same, allowing for lastClientLoginTime being in ms and lastLoginTime being in secs.

I have not tested with different login types so do not know if the two fields represent the same value, or two different last logins are stored. I suspect the former but would be interested to hear a definitive answer!

John
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Re: "Last Client Login Time" vs "Last login time"

This in not an Enterprise Messaging version, only pure 18.0.2.
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