Dates Date Type Object is delivered with an expired date value

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Article ID: 210803

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Products

CA Automic Applications Manager (AM)

Issue/Introduction

Even in the latest version of Applications Manager, the Dates Data Type default object is delivered with an expired date value. Taking a look at the STATIC.exp, which is an Import that runs during the installation process, the below information for the Dates Data Type can be found.

START=so_prompt_types Upd so_pt_descr=Dates
so_prompt_type=Dates
so_min_value=01-jan-64
so_max_value=31-dec-20
so_data_type=D
so_upper_case=N
so_max_length=
so_input_format=dd-mon-rr
so_output_format=dd-mon-rr
so_ref_flag=N
so_sql_body=
END so_prompt_types

Cause

Date needs to be updated

Environment

Release : 9.3

Component : APPLICATIONS MANAGER

Resolution

Fixed in a future version of Applications Manager

Workaround:
Edit the Dates Data Type Object and manually increase the maximum date value