- Year 2000 Compliance
of Y2K compliance for NetAuth
Definition of Year 2000 Compliance
A product defined as being Year-2000 compliant will not produce errors in date data related to the year change from December 31, 1999 to January 1, 2000. Any Year-2000 compliant product will handle leap years correctly.The compliant product will utilize specific, non-ambiguous representation, handling and interpretation of centuries represented by two digits if such representation is allowed by the product.
NetAuth 3.0e and upwards have been tested over the year 2000. Internally dates are stored as seconds since 1970 so fundamentally their is no real impact. The date does not play a large role in the function of NetAuth, in any event the date is used it will be generated in the four digit format to avoid any confusion caused by the year 2000.
As a result of the above we anticipate no date related problems with Netauth.