Why you should always change CCSID values on the server

Changing the CCSID value on the client side is not a good practice. In many cases it results in the wrong data being displayed. This article explains why you should change the user's CCSID on the IBM i in the user's profile.


Investigating (and avoiding) IBM i spurious jobs with AVR

Careless database connection handling in your Visual RPG for .NET code can lead to spurious jobs on your IBM i. Especially for Visual RPG Web ASP.NET Web apps, the presence of these jobs are a symptom of a performance-sucking issue.


How to determine ASNA product versions

Using Windows' Programs and Features, available through the Control Panel, is the best way to show what ASNA products and versions you have installed on your PC


Emulating DFU with ASNA Visual RPG

This small ASNA Visual RPG Windows project shows a way to build a simple DFU-like program with AVR.


AVR Classic upgrade guide

ASNA Visual RPG Classic is ASNA's original RPG compiler for Windows. This article discusses upgrade options for your older AVR Classic applications.


ASNA product update info/advice

Keeping your ASNA products current is critical to the reliability and stability of your mission-critical application. This article provides some information and a little advice for keeping your ASNA products upgraded.