been tested to operate correctly through the end of year 2000 using automated test
scripts, which run on Windows 95 and Windows NT.
3.0 uses a four-digit year for displaying dates.
PR-Tracker 2.10 uses a two-digit year to display the date
year. However, dates may be entered using two-digit or four-digit year. When a two-digit
year is entered, if the number is less than 80 it is interpreted as being greater than the
year 2000. So 01-Jan-05 is interpreted and 01-Jan-2005, and the date 01-Jan-80 is
interpreted as 01-Jan-1980. Because of the nature of the PR-Tracker application, it
doesn't make sense for years to be entered that are significantly less than the current
There is one minor year 2000 bug in version 2.09. Queries
on date fields don't work properly when a two-digit year is used to specify the date
queried against. The user can work around this bug by entering a four-digit year. This bug
has been fixed in version 2.10.