We are also working to bring up a plant in Northern Ireland on our US
system. Our plan is to run them from a separate environment.
An INFOR XA partner responsible for Ireland quoted a software package to
address these date issues.

You might want to contact David Joynes at Open Business Solutions
"Joynes, David" <D.Joynes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
for additional information.

Software: Multidate.
This enables the date format to be specified at a user level. If there is
a separate environment for Ireland this should be sufficient Cost £2,000
With ongoing annual maintenance of 20% = £400

................................................................................................

Roger Blocher
MIS Manager

TECH International
P.O. Box 486
Johnstown, Ohio 43031-0486
P: 740-966-8009
F: 740-966-8090
http://www.tech-international.com



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I am working on a project to bring up a site we have in the UK on our US
based MAPICS system.



Our AS/400 resides in the US Eastern Time Zone. When UK users sign on
I'd like the presented time to be their local time, along with other
things.



I've implemented a LOCALE and have been able to change the date format
and some other things. But in the LC_TOD section the TZDIFF functions
doesn't effect the time being presented to the user. Has anyone done
this?



Thanks

Doug



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