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How to know/see the systemModstamp info of a record ? I understand that it is updated through a automated process which is fine but I need to see that info ?

Regards, Ata.

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  • It is a field on the record. Have you tried moving that field onto the page layout? – martin Feb 19 '16 at 2:11
  • Thanks Martin - But I don't see that field when I am editing the page layout ? – Ata Ali Feb 19 '16 at 2:17
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SystemModStamp is strictly read-only. Not only is it updated when a user updates the record, but also when automated system processes update the record. Because of this behavior, it creates a difference in stored value where ‘LastModifiedDate <= SystemModStamp’ but never ‘LastModifiedDate > SystemModStamp’.

You can use SystemModStamp in your SOQL query

Select Id from Account where SystemModStamp >= 2015-11-19T23:01:01Z

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