At 04:50 PM 7/10/98 -0400, Sue Underwood wrote:
>Hello all...
>We are looking for a way to test our Y2K converted applications by changing
>the system date and then performing a "real-time" systems test.  We have a
>separate AS/400 (V3R7) for development and will not affect our production
>systems.  What types of problems can we expect in relation to the operating
>system, licenses, other products, etc.?   If you don't plan to change the
>system date, then how do you plan to get a 'real-time' test?  Any and all
>responses will be appreciated.
Sue   There are many concerns  and you can test  without setting the
systems date forward- at least  until the later stages of testing.

As for actions there are many  to do's and  not to do's
Using test tools will definitely be an aid to productivity and accuracy.
PLUS  it will make the process repeatable.

I will reply to  you directly.

Glenn Ericson,          Phoenix Consulting                      
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