Our current scenario is that we have PCLaw (v 10.03a) data physically
residing on a Windows SB Server 2003 and shared to Windows XP Pro
client workstations (mapped drive). We have Time Matters Enterprise 9
SR3 using SQL on the same server (shortly we will upgrade to TM 10). We
use the PCLaw-Time Matters link.
We are looking at hardware
upgrades for our client Workstations, which forces us to Windows 7.
We'd like to install Windows 7 in 64-bit mode.
The question we
have is will PCLaw 10 and Time Matters 10 function for us as they do now
if we change our client workstations to Windows 7 64-bit?
looks like the big restriction is that PCLaw will only support "core
functionality" on Windows 7 64-bit - meaning "no third party link
integration features" and the PCLaw-Time Matters link is considered to
be third party and is therefore not supported.
If the PCLaw-Time Matters link does not
work on Windows 7 64-bit, can we run either or both applications in XP
Mode and achieve full functionality?Does anyone have experience with
PCLaw 10.x and Time Matters 10.x and using PCLaw-Time Matters link
running on the Windows 7 64-bit operating system either with or without
I think we could really benefit from your experiences.
will cross-post this to the Time Matters forum)