When cutting and pasting data into Web pages, it's easy to paste smart quotes and other characters that won't later render well on IBM i green-screens. This article shows how to "cleanse" your HTML inputs before submitting them to the server.
This page provides the current list of browsers on which web-based ASNA products are specifically tested.
This article discusses how to use the DDSList control to provide a dropdown element for a Mobile RPG record format.
Receiving error: " CPF 1296 – Signon information required" when trying to sign into Wings or Mobile RPG application
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.
We occasionally get questions about where or how to get ASNA Visual RPG (AVR) programmers. That question doesn’t have a good, single answer, but here are a few thoughts and considerations for that challenge.
This page describes the currently supported ASNA product and their platform requirements.
Building new apps usually requires test data. Mockaroo makes it easy to generate this test data to help with both the creation and testing of the new app.
This article shows how to create an HTML-based tabbed user interface for ASNA Visual RPG ASP.NET desktop and mobile applications.
ILE RPG's compiler /COPY directive can be troublesome when an included member defines SQL host structures. Here's how to fix the problem.
Unlike AVR Classic's Clear opcode, AVR for .NET's, Clear opcode cannot be used to clear a form. This article provides a solution to that challenge. This challenge is packed with ah-ha moments, especially for those of you coming to AVR for .NET from AVR Classic.
Hardcoded session timeouts don't always resolve your ASP.NET challenges. This article shows you how to combine the advantages of a long session timeout with the benefits of quick user job cleanup.