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Default store insert/update date/time stamp in sql2k db

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         How can i store the record insert/update timestamp in a SQL server 2000 db programacally. ? what are the date/time functions in ASP.NET 2.0 ? I know that this can be done by setting the default valut to getdate() function in SQL, but any other way on ASP page or code-behind page ???

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