Platinum Technology has started shipping its Trans Century File Age rules-based data aging tool for testing that systems are Year 2000-compliant. The product, which supports DB2, IMS, VSAM and sequential MVS files, automates the data aging process rather than developers having to create programs from scratch and starts at $40,000 per CPU.
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