Ok here it comes again -- the Y2K questions...
I have a customer that still uses a paradox 3.5 application that I
developed in the early 90's. It has been many years since I even thought
about that program. Now comes the question about will it survive when the
clocks ticks into the year 2000?
I actually found my paradox 3.5 diskettes, installed it, and built my old
legacy application. I set the system clock ahead to post Y2K, and did some
minimal data entry.
To my surprise, so far everything looks ok, if you don't mind the
formatting of dates "slipping" to 4 digits in 2000+
Does anyone know:
1. Who does the support for paradox 3.5?
Expert paradox users "out there"
2. Is there a newsgroup dedicated to the "older" versions of paradox, e.g.
Is there a newsgroup dedicated to paradox Y2K issues
3. Is there a compliance statement from Borland/Inprise/Corel regarding Y2K
compliance (with the usual waivers) for the older versions of paradox?
4. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to go about testing an old
paradox 3.5 (PAL) application for Y2K surprises?
The usual suspects?
Any advice would be welcome. TIA
Pearson Technical Software