Use Case 1 -> Programmatically I check if a node exists from Java and if exists, I update jcr:data property of the jcs:content node.
Just to give you an idea node that gets modified programmatically is /content/fca-brands/na/ramtrucks/en_us/data/product_data/2017/jsons/accessories.js/jcr:content
Use Case 2 -> I got to CRX DE Lite and update some property on jcr:content node.
In Both cases above, if I go to this file accessories.js for which jcr:content node I updated and check the time stamp, I see it is NOT MODIFIED. It shows the creation timestamp only.
Is this expected? Can this behavior be altered to show the modified date when any property is changed ?
you can use
to set this property to the current time.
Thanks for responding.
My use case is ,
1. The only way these nodes get changed is from the back-end Java code.
2. If the nodes are not present, the code creates them and adds the relevant content.
3. If the nodes are already present, code simply updates the jcr:data property of the node.
So if I have to manually set is this the best approach?
Can you let me know how I should populate the value for this case?
I see the current value is 2017-03-22T22:50:32.275+05:30
the jcr:modfied property is not maintained automatically with any JCR operation. You need to modify it explicitly.
It should get modified. Please engage with support if it is reproducible.