• Subject: RE: Looking for an AS/400 Timeclock solution
  • From: Lurton Keel <LKeel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 10:44:41 -0600

We have recently implemented a replacement solution.  Our old time clocks
were IBM ELF terminals which have seen better days.  We implemented Intermec
terminals (some wireless) over our TCP/IP network including remote
locations.  They are programmable in C.  Production reporting hasn't been
implemented yet but is in process.
The ELF terminals used a PC as a controller and then fed data to the AS/400.

The new system writes the data to a folder in QDLS directly and then is
copied to database files as needed.
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