Date modified not updating
For your reference, here is an unmodified Metal File Chooser UI: Now, I mention all this because it sounds like you modified how the JFile Chooser looks by dragging and dropping things around.
Since all the JComponents are actually housed in the File Chooser UI and not in the JFile Chooser itself, what you actually did was modify the File Chooser UI.
I need to update the "Date Modified" property of files and folders as they are copied from one location to the other so that "Date Modified" = Current System Time.
I have a PC with Windows 7, and I do NOT have administrative rights on it, so I can't install any custom utilities.
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If I'm not mistaken, the default File Chooser UI for any OS is javax.metal.
Metal File Chooser UI (it's at least the default for my local testing, and I don't think I've ever seen different for any other time I've used a JFile Chooser).
When I did this, the file's "modified date" in my OS (OSX 10.9.4) is updated.Essentially, you can look at a Swing GUI builder as a terrible entry-level developer, who will do whatever he can just to get it to work - no matter how unmaintainable or terrible the code is. It may seem obvious to you that the JFile Chooser you are looking at in your UI is the JFile Chooser that contains all the JComponents and Objects in the code.The problem with this, is when something goes wrong (like it has for you), then not only do you have to know Swing to know what to look for, and you have to debug code you've never looked at before and likely will spend a great deal of time to understand, but now you the code you are trying to debug is terribly written at that. That being said, as I continue to speculate at what your problem is because you have no code posted, I'm guessing you tried to manipulate what the JFile Chooser looks like..this correct? This is very wrong, unfortunately (did I mention Swing was complex? The JComponents you are looking at are actually part of your File Chooser UI object.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. There is a difference between Modify (aka Read Write) and Full-Control rights.Visit Stack Exchange After the script runs all the modified times are the same! On many filesystems Full-Control is needed to be allowed to change the time-attributes (and access-rights attributes) of a file.