I know a lot of people who are spending a lot of time in creating filters
for the Remote Systems Explorer. But what if your workspace is corrupted and
you have to create a new one? Recreating all the filters can be a time
consuming thing. Or you have installed RDi on a computer in your office and
at home and you want to synchronize your filters. Or you just want to share
your filters with your colleagues. RDi has a feature to export and import a
whole connection. But here you have to take everything or nothing.
With the new feature iSphere RSE Filter Management this task will be as
simple as possible. You can export single or all filters from your workspace
to a repository (XML File). You can import single or all filters from a
repository to your workspace. The filters in the workspace and in the
repository will be provided by iSphere in four separate areas.
* Filters only in workspace.
* Filters only in repository.
* Filters in workspace and in repository with different type or filter
* Filters in workspace and in repository with equal type and filter string.
In the areas you can define actions for the filters you want to perform. The
* Push to workspace.
* Push to repository.
* Delete from workspace.
* Delete from repository.
* Delete from both.
After defining all actions for the specific filters you have to perform the
actions and the changes will be applied. That's all.
For the future we have plans to provide a similar feature for Compile
Commands and User Actions. So keep listening on this channel.
Another new feature in this release is "Search For Updates". When this
feature is activated you get notified if a new iSphere version is available.
You can turn this on or off in the iSphere Preferences. By default this is
turned on. This new release contains also some bug fixes.
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