• Subject: AS/400 Year 2000 Case Studies
  • From: Jim Welsh <jimwelsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 09:37:53 -0500

Below is excerpt from Case Study followed by link to article.

I thought it was rather odd that the article states "Due to lack of
resource, we planned to hire a temporary programmer to work for a period
of 9 months"...

This is IBM Rochester for cryin out loud...

Oh well, interesting read...

Jim Powell
Senior Associate Programmer at IBM Rochester
Information Technology for AS/400 Production Support
(support of AS/400s that support the Rochester Site)
Contact by phone: 507-253-2153
Contact by e-mail: James_Powell@vnet.ibm.com

Due to lack of resource, we planned to hire a temporary programmer to
work for a period of 9
months. The temporary programmer was to work half time on the year 2000
compatibility
project. We trained the programmer on how to use our programming process
including
documentation procedures, code review procedures, our change control
process, and our
program implementation process.

We developed our strategy by first identifying where dates were used.
This was to be done using
various AS/400 string search tools such as FNDSTRPDM and QUSRTOOLS. We
scanned our
production source files including QDDSSRC, QCLSRC, QRPGSRC, QCSRC,
QCMDSRC,
and QPASSRC. Also, we scanned any source members that were currently in
development. We
used search strings such as 'DAT', 'CVTDAT', 'YY', 'MM', 'DD', 'QDAT',
'CENT', 'DAY',
'MONTH', and 'YEAR'.


See URL  http://www.softmall.ibm.com/as400/y2kcase.htm

--
Jim Welsh
http://www.netcom.com/~jimwelsh/welcome/welcome.html
AS/400 Programmer/Analyst
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