>You can use AS/400 job accounting.  It's not complicated, although you will
>have to read the chapter on it in the book at least twice to get it.  If
>you bill by user, it required NO coding changes.  It gets tackier when you
>try to bill out a user apportioned to multiple departments (e.g.:  a
>programmer or operator).
>
>OS/400 gives you everything you need to capture the data, but nothing to
>report it.  There are some useful TAATOOLs to handle the reporting.
>
>Al
>
>
>
>Al Barsa, Jr. - Account for Midrange-L
>Barsa Consulting, LLC. 
>400 > 390
>

Al,

I actually use the job accounting, but wanted to know how other companies
charge their user base. Do they do it on total usage or number of
transactions or some other figure?

Thanks,


Tim

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