Aegis stores dates internally in Unix style
(i.e. seconds offset), so internal storage of times and
dates does not suffer from any Y2K problems.
uses the ANSI C standard strftime function to display
times and dates. (This assumes that your vendor has supplied a
compliant strftime.) This means that displaying dates
does not assume fixed field widths, nor will it display the year
2000 as “100”.
When a user enters dates, they
may specify years with an explicit century. If a user enters a
year with an implicit century, the closest is assumed.