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RE: Data aging for AS/400


  • Subject: RE: Data aging for AS/400
  • From: Glenn Ericson <Glenn-Ericson@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 09:38:26 -0500

fixed

Hank - granted there are  No LPARS as in Mainframes - it  just  does not
fit the /400 model. Nonetheless,    that area  has created some "unexpected
results"  was the term I beleve  at least one of the industry leaders in
the  testing  field used.  

YES - there are some good /400 date agers, simulators, and
             comparitors[report and database].
            - As for  cost and  function they are all over the Hill
           -  Some,  folks feel they have enough time  in the project
              to build their own Testing toolkit.  If it works fine.
           -  Homegrown is Not one of the prime or Key uses of time
              to cross over  2000  time lines. 

Glenn
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Glenn Ericson,          Phoenix Consulting                      
P O Box 701164   East Elmhurst NY 11370-3164 USA                            
Phone 718 898 9805       Fax 718 446 1150
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> From:         HankHeath@aol.com[SMTP:HankHeath@aol.com]
> Sent:         Tuesday, February 10, 1998 7:45 AM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Data aging for AS/400
> 
> This is cross posted to the Year200 list. Sorry.
> 
> I know there are a number of data aging tools for Y2K in the mainframe
> world.
> Have any of them made a transition to the AS/400 world? 
> 
> Hank Heath
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