>Is anyone aware of an automated method of synchronizing the AS/400 time
>with  an official time clock for regulatory purposes
>
>Explanation:  NASD requires us to provide accurate time stamps on
>security orders when received, when executed, etc.  At present, the
>operator calls the time service, manually sets the time, and so.......
>
>Jim Waymire


Please define "Accurate."  Plus or minus one minute?  Thirty seconds?

Is manually setting the time against the rules?  Or do you need to control
-who- can make the changes?

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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