Richard,

I read your article in IBMSystemsMag.com and frequently see posts of your
.NET love. I am curious to know if you have found a "comfortable" spot in
where to keep your business logic and controller flow when using .NET and
the i5?

Aaron Bartell
http://mowyourlawn.com

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Subject: Re: No giving up on System i (was: I'm about to give up)

Just wanted to add my two cents to this long discussion.

Haven't seen too many .Net references in this thread.

Don't overlook the Microsoft .Net technology for helping modernize your
iSeries interfaces.

You can show the Microsofties in your companies that the iSeries can play
well with Microsoft front end GUI and Web technologies.

If you get a chance, take a look at my introduction to .Net for system I in
the October issue of IBM Systems Magazine.

Regards,
Richard Schoen
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