This document introduces several of the unique and powerful features of ASNA Visual RPG for .NET (AVR). Whether you're a traditional RPG programmer with little or no experience with other languages, or a veteran VB/C# programmer, this document provides an overview of several of AVR's language concepts and syntactical details.
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This page provides the current list of browsers supported by ASNA Wings, Mobile RPG, Monarch, Synon Escape, and BTerm.
This article discusses how to use the DDSList control to provide a dropdown element for a Mobile RPG record format.
The ListView is a worthy alternative to the GridView control. With the ListView control, you are 100% in charge of the markup produced. This makes the ListView much better suited to pages where you need complete control over the markup, such as when you're using a CSS framwork like BootStrap. However, the ListView's model for determining row clicks is quite different from the GridView. This article shows how to determine what row and column got clicked with the ListView.
A very important consideration for AVR for .NET ASP.NET websites is managing IBM i jobs. This article discusses how to ensure that an AVR for .NET website doesn't create more IBM i jobs than necessary.
Despite your best efforts, your ASNA Visual RPG web application may be launching way more IBM i jobs than necessary. This article offers a few tips on finding the cause of orphaned IBM i jobs associated with your ASNA Visual RPG web app.
DataGate's connection pooling is a way to improve website performance by reusing existing server-side jobs for ASNA Visual RPG for .NET ASP.NET Web apps.
By default, DataGate for IBM i will be configured to run in the QINTER subsystem. This document describes how to change the subsystem.
ASP.NET's WebForms acquired a semantic, or "friendly", routing feature several years ago. Routing is built into .NET and works great with ASNA Visual RPG.
Receiving error: " CPF 1296 – Signon information required" when trying to sign into Wings or Mobile RPG application
The article compares corresponding data types for AVR, to data types in the .NET Framework, C#, and VB.NET. It shows how AVR implements .NET's data types.
Deploying an ASP.NET application with debug enabled is a very poor practice. It impedes performance and might show Internet bad guys error messages details they shouldn't see. This article reminds you how to disable debug mode and provides a warning reminding you that debugging is enabled.