Hi Markus,

In ManifoldCF, if the only way to detect change to a given attribute is to
look at the attribute's contents, you could put that attribute's contents
in the version string for the document.

The problem is that you probably do not want to generally do this for *all*
metadata fields, since it would make the version string for each document
become much much larger, and the connector would get correspondingly slower.

If there's a solution at the SharePoint level, that would be best.  But if
not, at the very least, we'd need to somehow get a list of which attributes
a document has that are not reflected in the document's modified date.

Thanks,
Karl
On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 10:54 AM, Markus Schuch <
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