I have just installed U451880, which is a NetView 4.1 Y2K (I think) - does
U453385 have other Y2K fixes? Is support for Netview 4.1 supposed to cease
at the end of the year or is this even known yet? Thanks for your time.
Key Services Corporation
dstaub AT keybank DOT com
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The easiest thing to do right now is to wait for U453385 which is in test
right now, and apply it when it comes out in early September. Your V4
system is Y2K-ready now, for all intents and purposes, as I have said
before. There are just a couple of minor user interface problems cleared
up in that PTF.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
"Boyles, Gary P" <gary.p.boyles AT INTEL DOT COM> on 08/19/98 12:58:05 PM
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Subject: Year2000 -- Least Path Of Resistance?
We're moving to NetView On NT V5.1, but we also have some
AIX systems running NetView V4.1.1, which I have to make sure
our Year2000 compliant (as a backup plan to NV on NT).
Which requires the least work:
a) Moving from NetView V4.1 (last PTFs installed
U438904 & U440147) to a Year2000 version of V4.1.2+
b) Moving from current NetView V4.1 new NetView V5.1
Again, this is a backup plan, and my real intent is to use NV NT
(so I'm looking for the least amount of upgrade work).
Thanks in advance.
Gary Boyles, Intel Corporation gary.p.boyles AT intel DOT com
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