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Hummingbird Connectivity 2006 Suite consists of the following major components:
Hummingbird Neighborhood is fully embedded within Windows Explorer. As an extension of Windows Explorer, you can use Hummingbird Neighborhood to access and manipulate the Profile Spaces, profiles and directories associated with Hummingbird applications.
Windows Support Lets you copy and paste, drag-and-drop, delete, and open existing profiles. Hummingbird Neighborhood has the same “look and feel” as Windows Explorer.
Profile Spaces Support Provides access to all profile spaces registered on your machine. If there are multiple existing Profile Spaces, you must select and open a Profile Space when Hummingbird Neighborhood launches.
Deployment Projects Support Lets you launch Hummingbird Deployment Wizard and provides access to deployment projects from a single directory in the Hummingbird Neighborhood window.
Shortcut Support Lets you create shortcuts to HostExplorer profiles, remote FTP profiles, files, directories, or any other item within Hummingbird Neighborhood.
Hummingbird Neighborhood Tuner Lets you select the location for the Hummingbird Neighborhood icon. To make this selection, run hntune.exe from the product installation directory.
Hummingbird FTP is a client implementation of the File Transfer Protocol (FTP). You can use Hummingbird FTP to transfer both text (ASCII) and image (binary) files between your PC and a remote FTP server using Windows Explorer. You can also use advanced scripting with OLE automation to view files and to transfer files to multiple hosts.
Live Editing—Lets you automatically edit files using an associated application and save the changes back to the server.
Full Windows Explorer Integration—Fully embedded within Windows Explorer.
Windows Drag-and-Drop and Copy/Paste—Supports Windows drag-and-drop and copy/paste features.
Multiple FTP Server Type Support—Supports Solaris, SunOS, AIX, AS/400, VMS, VM/CMS, MVS, VM/VPS and Windows platforms.
Directory Caching—Caches directory listings locally, which lets you browse directories offline.
File Synchronization—Lets you synchronize files and directories to and from a remote server, allowing you to maintain sets of local and remote files that have the same content. You can also save multiple lists of FTP items as a synchronization profile, which you can use to perform or to schedule synchronization tasks.
Set Remote File Permissions—Lets you change the permissions of a remote file or directory.
Shortcuts—Lets you create shortcuts to remote files and folders on your desktop for single-click viewing.
Resume Transfer—Lets you continue downloading data in the event of an interrupted transfer. The transfer of data continues from the point of interruption.
Security—Supports the following security systems:
OLE Automation—Supports advanced scripting and OLE Automation.
Hummingbird X server includes three major components:
Exceed Exceed X server is a PC X server that displays graphical UNIX, Linux, and X applications on your computer. In the X Window environment, the Exceed X server is also referred to as an X Window terminal or display server.
Exceed Connection Manager Lets you view, create, rename, delete, and modify Xstart, Xsession, and Xconfig profiles from a single user interface.
Exceed XDMCP Broadcast Lets you start the Exceed X server in XDMCP Broadcast mode.
Exceed XDMCP Query Lets you start the Exceed X server in XDMCP Query mode.
HWM Hummingbird X window manager—provides a graphical interface to start and terminate clients, position and change the windows on your display, and perform other operations related to X window sessions.
Transport Monitor A diagnostic tool—view which network connections are in use, and close connections.
X Client Startup Wizard Guides you through the process of creating a host connection. Create X clients startup files (profiles) and corresponding shortcuts (program items). Profiles can also be published to a web server..
Xconfig Console Lets you modify Exceed X server properties through Microsoft Management Console.
Xconfig Lets you customize the Exceed X server properties.
Xsession Console Lets you modify Xsession options, open and save Xsessions and create Xstart nodes through Microsoft Management Console.
Xsession Lets you start the Exceed X server and multiple X clients/Windows programs simultaneously.
Xstart Lets you create and install shortcut icons to start regular X clients.
Xweb Wizard Lets you deploy and manage access to X applications by publishing Xstart profiles to a web server.
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Open Text Special Information and Offers
Special Info. Details Effective
Regions Requirements Product Discontinuation Effective July 1, 2009 Open Text will discontinue support, development and sales of Connectivity 2006 and lower for the product families:
Version 5.0 and lower for:
- NFS Maestro™
- Hummingbird FTP™
- Hummingbird InetD™
- Connectivity Secure Shell™
- Connectivity SecureTerm®
For customers with valid maintenance contracts that terminate after June 30, 2009, and who are still using version 2006 and 5.0, Open Text will provide you with support for this version until the maintenance period expires.
- Exceed onDemand®
July 1, 2009 Worldwide All Connectivity Customers. Please contact your Open Text Account Manager or Reseller for further information.
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