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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2008 9:02 pm 
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I needed to know when a user had installed something they shouldn't have, (too far back in the mists of time to be picked up by the show software in the last N days on the index page).

The software view only showed the names of the packages, so I added software_first_timestamp to show the first time a software item was audited, on the software for systems view (SVN ver 1083). Now you can see the first time OA picked up the installation. I would have used `software_install_date` however this is not formatted very well, or indeed always available for some reason, (use the following snippet to see what I mean).

Code:
 SELECT COUNT( * ) AS `Rows` , `software_install_date`
FROM `software`
GROUP BY `software_install_date`
ORDER BY `software_install_date`
LIMIT 0 , 30

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