• Subject: Re: BPCS405CD
  • From: Mindaugas Bielskus <mindaugs@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Nov 1997 21:19:27 -0600
  • Organization: Data Summary, Inc.

Kevin Reed wrote:
> Paul,
> Fortunately, we have several databases already at 4.0.05, which gives us the
> luxury of converting them to CD first.  This will give us a another level of
> confirmation and verification after the prerequisite test environment
> wringing-out, but before we drop the bigger changes onto the other plants.
> We currently have nearly 30 databases, ranging from 2.1.03 through 4.0.05, 
> with verying degress of customization.  Our modifications are currently 
> into several categories; financial mods/hooks for both corporate and division
> levels, manufacturing mods for corporate, division, and plant levels, and
> stand-alone programs at all levels.
> Kevin


I represent a product that is being used to help a company with a
heavily modified AS/400 software system (PRMS) to return/retrofit to the
YR2000 compliant version of PRMS.

The product generate data mapping programs, contains an execution
environment, gives the user the ability to annotate field and files, 
permits the incorporation of user written data validation routines and 
various other features.  

If you want more information, please contact me.


Mindaugas Bielskus
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