How to see DataGate for IBM i's TCP/IP port configuration

This article shows how to determine what service table entry your DataGate for IBM i instance uses and the TCP/IP port to which it is bound.

How to end DataGate for the IBM i

This article explains how to end ASNA DataGate for the IBM i. It explains the importance of ending end-user DataGate jobs before stopping DataGate.

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Installing a second instance of DataGate for IBM i

This article explains the considerations for installing a second instance of ASNA DataGate for IBM i.

ASP.NET-related troubleshooting/configuration articles

This is a list of the ASP.NET-related configuration and troubleshooting articles at ASNA.com.

Licensing DataGate for IBM i 16.x

ASNA DataGate for IBM i 16.x introduces a license registration change. This article explains that change and how to get both temporary and permanent DataGate for IBM i 16.x license keys.

Understanding DataGate for IBM i end-user jobs

ASNA DataGate for IBM i creates an IBM i job for each client-attached user. This article explains how to look at these jobs.

Understanding DataGate for IBM i service jobs

ASNA DataGate for IBM i creates several jobs on the IBM i. This article provides a guide to those jobs and what they do.

How to confirm DataGate for IBM i's assigned TCP/IP port

When you install ASNA DataGate for IBM i, you select a TCP/IP port through which DataGate connects on your IBM i. This article shows how to check that port.

How to calculate date/time differences in Visual RPG for .NET

.NET offers superb date calculation capabilities. This article take a look at how to use the System.TimeSpan structure to calculate date and time durations.

How to test that DataGate is working for your ASP.NET Web site

Resolving issues with Web applications is challenging work. There is so much to go wrong. This article introduces a single ASPX that shows if DataGate is working for your Web app.

Splitting a string with AVR for .NET three ways

You can often learn a lot from a simple little exercise. In this article, let's consider three ways to split a string in AVR for .NET. Our need is to split a full name field into two fields, one for the first name one for the last name. Initially, let's use the string 'Neil Young'.