- The IF, AND, and OR commands have been modified to use the "Date Pivot" logic if both of the fields have Year as their highest component. This is a change from Release 07.03.00 which would only use the "Date Pivot" logic if one of the fields included Century and the other had Year as its highest component. "Date Pivot" logic can still be disabled completely by setting the "Date Pivot Year" in Installation Information to zero (0).
- The DATE BTW command has been altered to use the "Date Pivot" logic if both fields have Year as their highest component. This is a change from Release 07.03.00.
DISPOSITION FUNCTIONS (USER)
- If a user used the 'Comma Delimited Output' feature in a job, SPEED II would continue to create Comma Delimited format for OUTPUT and INQUIRY functions even AFTER the job had finished and returned back to the menu. The user had to execute another job which included a DISPOSITION function to get standard output.
- If a user entered an override value for the Print Filename, Library, or Volume; or used a value other than 'U' for 'Action If Output File Exists' on the DISPOSITION window these values would remain in effect until another DISPOSITION function was executed.
Both of these problems exist in all Release 7.x versions of SPEED II prior to 07.03.01. (ECR 4316)
INPUT FUNCTIONS (DESIGN)
- If an application designer created an INPUT FUNCTION from the Job-Step editor, the INPUT FUNCTION would have an invalid application lock and could not be run. This problem exists in all releases of SPEED II since 06.00.00. The problem has been corrected. (ECR 4315)
INPUT FUNCTIONS (USER)
- If an INPUT FUNCTION included a DATE field which included Century through Hour (at a minimum) AND the Century was being masked AND the field included the AM/PM indicator, SPEED II would cancel with a PC07 whenever the user entered a date which included PM. This problem exists only in Release 07.03.00 of SPEED II. (ECR 4380)
- If a file included a DATE field in its key and the Century portion of the date was being masked, SPEED II would not compute the Century when the SCAN key was being used. This would cause the SCAN to position at the wrong position in the file. This problem exists only in Release 07.03.00 of SPEED II.