DataGate's connection pooling is a way to reuse existing server-side jobs for ASP.NET web apps. Its correct use is critical for performance. This newsletter article points to three ASNA.com resources to better understand and use DataGate connection pooling.
The ASNA DataGate Monitor (DGM) is a free-standing utility that you can install on clients' Windows desktops and servers to create and maintain database names. This article provides a video to explain how to use it.
ASNA has many products that support many platforms. We have a couple of documents available on our Web site that can help you understand what's available, what's current, what's retired, and what each product requires.
SQL Server is a robust and reliable database. But disaster can strike and one thing to watch for is its "Recovery Pending" error message. This article sheds a little light on this error and provides a few tips for getting it resolved.
ASNA products are refreshed on a regular basis. This page shows the current products and their release dates, as well as platform requirements.
ASNA Visual RPG (AVR) and .NET's ASP.NET make great partners for creating enterprise-ready IBM i websites. Correctly managing IBM i jobs is a very important task with these websites. Paying attention to just a few details can ensure the most performant, minimal number of IBM i jobs for your AVR website.