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Exclude glossary updates from model Last Modified metadata
It would be very useful to be able to use the Last Modified Date property of artefacts to show when a model should be reviewed, but this is not currently possible as every glossary update can change this date. Please consider having a modified date that reflects only when the actual model was last changed, ie excluding glossary updates and other non-model changes
Why is it useful?
A more accurate last modified date would be used regularly in reports, dashboards, etc to help process owners, managers, model creators, etc ensure models are being maintained and to identify which is the most current model where there are multiple models for a process. It would also eliminate the angst some users feel when they see a stranger has apparently changed their model :)
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