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I could be wrong, but my best guess is that if you want to change the file's last modified time (to something arbitrary), this would be OS dependent.

edit: sorry, just realize that doesn't really help you very much either way. Tired over here, I was pretty much thinking out loud. Good luck though, sorry for being unhelpful.

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I could be wrong, but my best guess is that if you want to change the file's last modified time (to something arbitrary), this would be OS dependent.

edit: sorry, just realize that doesn't really help you very much either way. Tired over here, I was pretty much thinking out loud. Good luck though, sorry for being unhelpful.

Thank you all the same!

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Is there anybody who can give me more advices about this problem?

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Maybe I should make an application running under the FTP server to maintenance the uploaded file's last modified time.But is there a better way to maintenance the uploaded file's last modified time?

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