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Getting to know AVR's memory file

The System.Data.DataSet is the central nervous system of the memory file. This article explains how the memory relates to a DataSet.

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Customize Visual Studio to end all processes when debug ends

Visual Studio's default ending of a debug session is to leave all associated processes running. This article shows how to also end all process when you end debugging.

ASNA Pipeline #4

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

The coolest Windows utility you aren't using

winget is Microsoft's new Windows Package Manager. It quickly eases the pain of setting up a developer PC.

ASNA Pipeline #3

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

Change an app's DB name at runtime -- without recompiling

This article shows how to change a Web or Windows application's database name at runtime, without needing to recompile or redeploy the application.

Confirm DataGate for IBM i IP address and port are working

This article shows how to use "ping" and "telnet' to confirm the TCP/IP address and TCP/IP port that ASNA DataGate for IBM i uses.

How to start, stop, and confirm ASNA DataGate on the IBM i

This article shows how to start and stop ASNA DataGate on the IBM i. It also shows how to confirm DataGate for the IBM i is running.

FarPoint Tab Control download and license info

The FarPoint Tab Control was a bedrock COM control for many ASNA Visual RPG customers. This article shows how to get the latest download and a new license.

ASNA Pipeline #2

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

Using the Wings/Mobile RPG spool file viewer

ASNA Wings and Mobile RPG both come with an IBM i Spool File Viewer. This viewer lets you view, delete, or download spool files as PDFs.

Charting a course for upgrading AVR for .NET

This article outlines the potential issues and considerations for upgrading ASNA Visual RPG for .NET