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Re: Time stamp



fixed

Al,

Uh, pardon my ignorance, but isn't LPAR defacto multiple systems in one
box?

Don in DC

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On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Al Barsa wrote:

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> LPAR, while a great solution, is not much better than multiple systems.
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> LPAR?
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> We are a company with divisions in several different time zones with our
> corporate office in the central time zone. We use JDEdwards One World XE
> security level 40. We are looking for a way to alter the time stamp on
> jobs. We have looked at a product called "AnyDate" but it can not
> support security level 40. Does anyone know of another product that can
> handle this type of request?
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