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Y2K testing

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Y2K testing

> Fellow Adepters;
>
> Just got done doing our Y2K testing and found that on Win95, our Adept
> License Manager will not 'authenticate' if you forward your clock to the
> year 2000. This is because the license key is valid for only one year;
> darn inconvenient for Y2K testing! Ironically, the license worked on my
> NT4.0 machine, but not on any of the Win95 machines (which is our editors
> platform) so I was able to do some testing.
>
> The following tests were performed for each of these dates:
> 199X, 2000, Feb 9, 2004, May 26, 2026
> Adept Editor:
> 1) File Open - OK
> 2) File Edit - OK
> 3) File Save - OK
> 4) File Close - OK
> 5) File Re-Open - check for saved changes - OK
> Adept Command Language:
> 1) ctime(file_mtime(")) - OK
> 2) ctime(time()) - OK
> 3) time_date() - OK
> 4) file_newer(", ") - OK
> Document Architect:
> 1) Create Environment - OK
> 2) Open DTD Editor - OK
> 3) Open ATD Editor - OK
> 4) Open Test File - OK
>
> I also tested for system integration with our SGML data repository.
>
> I invite fellow Adepters to suggest other tests that should be conducted
> for a complete Y2K test regiment.
> I understand that Adept is Y2K certified, but I feel due diligence
> dictates that I do my own complete system testing.
> Caveat: Please do not accept my test results as a replacement for your own
> Y2K test program.
>
> Good luck!
>
> /\/\ike \/\/eeder
> West Group, Inc.
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> not been reviewed or approved by West Group."
>
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