From: "Bassett, Greg" <gbassett@hurleyconsulting.com>
Subject: NonMem & Y2K
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 14:50:54 -0400

This may seem an odd question, but please bear with me (I'm not a user, I'm a technical "suit" that is responsible for Y2K compliance). Is NonMem Y2K Compliant? Is there any documentation stating the compliance status of NonMem and/or the testing that may have been performed to ensure Y2K compliance?

The NonMem web site seems to be silent on the issue.

Thanks

Greg Bassett
Executive Director of Systems
Hurley Consulting Associates Ltd.
gbassett@hurleyconsulting.com
www.hurleyconsulting.com

 

 

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From: TAKAHIKO.TANIGAWA.TT@bayer.co.jp
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 1999 09:21:47 +0900
Subject: Re: NonMem & Y2K

Dear Greg,

I found the article as for Y2K on NONMEM UsersNet Archive.

That is "From alison Thu May 15 14:50:24 1997 Subject: Year 2000 ", http://gaps.cpb.uokhsc.edu/nm/99may1597.html

#However it was posted at 1997(!).

Takahiko Tanigawa
Clinical Pharmacology
Bayer Yakuhin.Ltd.
Kyoto Japan

 

 

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From: "Bassett, Greg" <gbassett@hurleyconsulting.com>
Subject: RE: NonMem & Y2K
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 1999 07:42:27 -0400

Thanks to all who pointed me in the right direction!

Greg