Unfortunately the older versions of the Emerald database did not allow
for a NULL (blank) expiration. The newer model does, and
will handle this as non-expiring.
> I set all mine to "Other" for billing type and set the Expire Date to
> 12/31/99. Sure, it's not completely unlimited, but I don't have to worry
> about it for 2 1/2 years, which seems good enough for now, and having them
> all on the same date makes them easy to search for in SQL.
This is a good way to do it. Thats typically how we do it as well. One
nice things about it is that you can give them a years worth of service,
do a report or wait till they expire. This is kind of like a reminder
you are giving out the service (reality check).
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