thisTable.Created() always returns Parent table's created() dateTime
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thisTable.Created() always returns Parent table's created() dateTime

Example


Calling
thisTable.Created()
in a column's
NewValueForRow
always returns the Parent table's created() dateTime
Table
1
thisTable.Created()
1
10/12/2021 7:15:53 PM
There are no rows in this table
Table1.created() =
10/12/2021 7:15:53 PM

View of Table
1
thisTable.Created()
1
10/12/2021 7:15:53 PM
There are no rows in this table
View of Table.created
10/12/2021 7:17:10 PM

However, when specifically targeting each table via a canvas expression, the created() date is unique to the table.

Maybe this is because the column belongs to the parent Table object, and not the view of table object.

It does present a challenge in my specific

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