Henrik,
        Glad to see someone somewhere has completed something.
        Curious about how you did your conversion though..
        Was it "BIG BANG" all related applications at one?
        We are having to do application at a time, which means we are spending 
time
working out how to keep new and old versions of files synchronized etc.

        How did you manage?


krisV

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From:   owner-midrange-l@midrange.com [mailto:owner-midrange-l@midrange.com]
On Behalf Of Henrik Krebs
Sent:   Thursday, 28 May 1998 6:56
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject:        Sv: Bypass2000 : Bringing the millennium

Have delievered my first Y2K-tape to the customer with a BP2000-converted
application for test. I believe in the tool.

Tips?
Well:
 o Install all PTF's and check for new ones from time to time.
 o Understand the /COPY-subroutines inserted by BP2000.
 o Read the 'extra' manuals that you can download from
      http://www.software.ibm.com/ad/as400/bypass/
      or is it http://www.halinfo.it/nindex.html ?
 o Try to solve as many problems as possibly within BP2000. Even after
having
created
      converted source you should 'fix' the original source or define year
usage of
      internal fields and repeat from the analyze-step.

What's the front end tool?
One of my tools - created for this purpose  - is free for your use. Se my
page
below.


Regards

Henrik Krebs

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Fra: Kris Vaidyanathan <krishnan@ozemail.com.au>
Til: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Emne: Bypass2000 : Bringing the millennium
Dato: 27. maj 1998 15:14

>Hello,
>       Doing Y2k change using Bypass and a front end tool I wrote.
>
>       Has anybody got a project finished using Bypass?
>
>       Any tips..(apart from why did you take this on?)
>
>       KrisV

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