Year 2000 Compliance Statement
represents that the ProLink software products listed below ("ProLink Software")
have been tested for Year 2000 Compliance with no problems found. For purposes
of this Statement, "Year 2000 Compliant" means that the software accurately
processes date/time data from, into, and between the 20th and 21st centuries,
and the years 1999 and 2000 leap year calculations, to the extent that
other software, used in combination with the software, properly exchanges
date/time data with it.
THE PROLINK SOFTWARE
DOES NOT CORRECT LACK OF YEAR 2000 COMPLIANCE FROM ANY EDI TRANSATION SETS
NOT Y2K COMPLIANT (<4010), ANY MAPPING INSTRUCTIONS NOT USING YYYY OR
CCYY FORMAT, ANY APPLICATION, HOST OPERATING SYSTEM OR OTHER THIRD-PARTY
PRODUCT USED IN COMBINATION WITH THE PROLINK SOFTWARE.
EDILink 3.0, 3.1,
3.2 for DOS
ASNLink 1.0, 2.0
for Accpac and PdMain
The warranty for
a ProLink product is fully described in the Software License Agreement
that accompanies the product, and we recommend that customers read those
warranties to understand their rights. The information we are providing
here about Year 2000 readiness does not constitute an extension of any
warranty for ProLink products. We are providing this information to assist
customers to prepare for the year 2000 and beyond.
Year 2000 Compliance Information
Depend on the Host Operating Systems
depend on the date conversions and calculations, file date/time stamps,
and stored date formats provided by the host operating system. For further
details of date storage and computations within the Microsoft operating
systems, we refer you to their Year 2000 Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/cio/year.asp.
Used with ProLink Products
Providers of programs
used with ProLink products are responsible for their product's compliance
with Year 2000 guidelines. These applications may store and perform computations
with dates that are beyond the control of ProLink. If they have not taken
the Year 2000 issues into account, problems may result. Users should contact
their application providers for this compliance information.
Hardware and Firmware
Some PCs have a problem
that causes the date to be reset to 1980 when the year 2000 arrives. It
is recommended that the manufacturer of the hardware be contacted to determine
if a given model of computer is susceptible to problems after the year
2000, and what should be done about this. ProLink does not recommend resetting
the clocks on production computers and data for testing of Year 2000 compliance.
This should only be attempted on test machines and data where no valuable
data or programs present, since setting the date forward can cause loss
of data and other problems.
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