• Subject: Re: Daylight Savings Time question
  • From: Joanie Clark <jccats@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Oct 1997 08:11:20 -0400 (EDT)

Neil wrote

>No need to do that.  For a one shot deal you can just do this before you
>leave for the weekend:
>
>SBMJOB CMD(CHGSYSVAL SYSVAL(QTIME) VALUE('010000')) 
>       JOB(CHGTIME)                                 
>       JOBQ(QSYSNOMAX)                              
>       SCDDATE(102697)                              
>       SCDTIME(020000)                              
>
 
I didn't explain the application very well.. This application is running on
a PC with DOS 5.0, EZVU 2.0, DC 1.12,  MAPICS 1.14. I know, I know, but
you've heard the saying.. If it's not broke, don't fix it !  All my other
systems change their time either because they are intelligent :-)  or I do
exactly what you've mentioned (or use the job scheduler)..... but this PC is
the exception.  

For 1998, I"m looking at updating the entire application and hope those
applications have taken the time change in consideration... 

Joanie 


    

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