• Subject: Century Bug in COMMON Utility Library
  • From: "Al Barsa, Jr." <barsa2@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2000 11:49:17 -0800

Hi,

I've heard some complaints about the CALENDAR command in the COMMON Utility 
Library defaulting to the wrong century.  The complaints are apparently 
valid.  Well, I'm please to know that someone uses it, and I apologize if I 
wasn't Y2K compliant in 1988 when I wrote it.

Two fixes are required:

In the command object called CALENDAR, you must change the SPCVAL on or 
about line 17.00 to 20 from 19.  Command source is in a source file called 
XCMQCMDSRC.

In the RPG program called XCMCLNDR, you must change the Z-ADD statement on 
or about line 70.00 to specify factor 2 as 20, not 19.  RPG source is in a 
source file called XCMQRPGSRC.

If you are using this command from a library named CONCEPTS, this code was 
upgraded to be Y2K compliant in 1993.

Al


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