Last week, after concluding a System i Network webcast on using the .NET Framework for System i applications, Joseph Rattz sent me a follow-up e-mail, and I've quoted part of it here: "I feel like you neglected to mention a very significantly useful connectivity piece that lets you call RPG program .NET, and I don't mean as a stored procedure. The iSeries Access library includes a cwbx.dll that lets you call RPG programs, OS/400 APIs, etc." Joe included links (Link 1) ...

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