News

ASNA Publishes ASNA Database Toolbox 4.7 for AS/400 and NT/2000

ASNA Technology announced version 4.7 of its ASNA Database Toolbox (ADBTB) for AS/400. The ADBTB provides AS/400 record-level access for virtually all Windows development environments including Virtual Basic, Visual C++, and Delphi. ADBTB 4.7 also includes a set of Java classes to provide AS/400 record-level access for Java programmers.

New features in ADBTB 4.7 include full support for AS/400 open query files; print files and print preview, in which programmers can create Windows-based reports which can be viewed in print preview and can be printed on any Windows printer; and a programmer file editor, including a full add/update/delete capable file editor called ADBFEdit.

The ADBTB is provided as an API set that features a set of file and program call operations. The API set requires only a few parameters and works in the background to talk to the AS/400 from Windows or Java. ADBTB also includes a VB Class Wizard that automatically creates file-specific VB classes.

Contact ASNA, (210) 408-0212, www.asna.com.

About the Author

Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

Featured

  • Microsoft Offers Endpoint Configuration Manager Advice for Keeping Remote Clients Patched

    Microsoft this week offered advice for organizations using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager with remote Windows systems that need to get patched, and it also announced Update 2002.

  • Azure Edge Zones Hit Preview

    Azure Edge Zones, a new edge computing technology from Microsoft designed to enable new scenarios for developers and partners, emerged as a preview release this week.

  • Microsoft Shifts 2020 Events To Be Online Only

    Microsoft is shifting its big events this year to be online only, including Ignite 2020.

  • Microsoft Browser Support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Ending 2H 2020

    Microsoft announced on Tuesday that its plans to drop support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols 1.0 and 1.1 in its browsers will get delayed by a few months until the second half of this year.

comments powered by Disqus

Office 365 Watch

Sign up for our newsletter.

Terms and Privacy Policy consent

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.