• Subject: Re: BPCS Y2K
  • From: Glenn Ericson <Glenn-Ericson@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 16:10:31 -0500

At 10:56 PM 12/10/97 +0000, you wrote:
>Yes! In fact, I was just at SSA's New England office in Holiston for a
>seminar on just that topic. Here's the scoop:
>BPCS 4.05CD is a century dated version of BPCS 4.05. The sales and tech
>staff they had on hand told us that the product was developed at the same
>time the Millenium toolset was written.
>Further, the BPCS 4.05CD product is NOT the result of running the tool set
>on BPCS 4.05. The toolset is meant as an alternative to going to 4.05CD for
>those with HEAVILY MODIFIED code.  The toolset physically expands the
>databases and fixed source code including printer files. It DOES NOT fix CL
>code. The key benefit to going with the toolset over the 4.05CD product is
>for those that have modified code.
>BPCS 4.05CD is a very stable, bug free product (relatively) and seems like
>the best solution for companies like ours that aren't ready for 6.0 and have
>only a few modifications.
>dbchambers@blueridge.net wrote:
>> Does anyone know or have any information on the difference is between
>> the BPCS 4.05 cd and the Millieum tool set.....
>> +---

Who has used & completed a Y2K project  with
  either tools to verify the claims above?

Any catches or caveats?

Happy Holiday Season

Glenn Ericson,          Phoenix Consulting                      
P O Box 701164   East Elmhurst NY 11370-3164 USA                            
Ph. 718 898 9805         Fx. 718 446 1150
AS/400 & Year 2000- - Solutions Specialists
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