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ASNA Pipeline #1-2022

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

Monitoring Wings and Mobile RPG end-user licensing

This article shows how to display Wings/Mobile RPG licensing and see how many seats are currently active.

Customize Visual Studio to end all processes when debug ends

Visual Studio's default ending of a debug session is to leave all associated processes running. This article shows how to also end all process when you end debugging.

ASNA Pipeline #4

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASNA Pipeline #3

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASNA Pipeline #2

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

Using the Wings/Mobile RPG spool file viewer

ASNA Wings and Mobile RPG both come with an IBM i Spool File Viewer. This viewer lets you view, delete, or download spool files as PDFs.

ASNA Pipeline: #1

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASP.NET-related troubleshooting/configuration articles

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

Can users change my ASNA's application's CCSID value?

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.

ASNA Mobile RPG controls gallery

This article provides a gallery of the many UI controls that ASNA Mobile RPG provides for building a mobile application's user interface.

Capturing user signatures in an IBM i mobile app

This article shows how to use ASNA Mobile RPG to capture a user signature in an IBM i mobile application. Very little ILE RPG code is required to perform the signature capture.