OutsideView Educational Series : Enterprise Mode

It is a fairly common perception that, when comparing terminal emulation software, all products are roughly identical. They all talk to the host, right?  They all offer SSL and SSH connectivity, right?  So, how much difference can there be? As it turns out, there is –...

OutsideView Educational Series : Multi-Hop SSH Tunneling

Connecting to a host system by routing, or tunneling, through a series of intermediate host connections, is a fairly common scenario in the Unix world.  In the NonStop arena, multi-hop tunneling has not been as commonly available, even though it is just as desirable....

OutsideView Educational Series : Dynamic Input Assistance

Dynamic Input Assistance – Common Questions! I am far from being the world’s greatest typist.  I make mistakes.  Is there a better way to correct command line typos than “FC”? I am not a perfect speller, either. Can you get some spell checking, on demand? I...

OutsideView Educational Series : Dynamic Toolbar Labels

OutsideView 8.1 has the ability to dynamically change toolbar labels to match the work you are doing.  This means you no longer have to remember what the function keys do, in different contexts.   If you are in Tedit, for instance, is it Shift+F3 or Shift+F4 that does...

OutsideView Educational Series : Universal Editor

How do you edit your host application code? Do you use older tools like vi or vim, or Tedit?  Or, do you use multiple, sequential steps such as: 1) download code 2) open code in separate editor 3) edit code 4) save change 5) upload file Neither method sounds like an...