The Remote System Explorer perspective
The default Remote System Explorer (RSE) perspective consists of a set of views for the management of the artifacts of your remote systems. The active perspective name is displayed on a button in the shortcut bar . A tree of available systems is displayed in the Remote System view. You can use the tree to navigate to files, jobs, and open a TSO shell. To view RSE data, you must have a remote system daemon on the host system. If you can connect to z/OS® systems by using FTP or z/OSMF only, the RSE view is not populated with data, and you must switch to the z/OS perspective.
- Remote Systems view
- Team view
- Properties view
- Remote Scratchpad view
- Remote Edit History view
You can tailor the perspective by adding new views, removing existing views, moving around views, or changing the size of views. When you close z/OS Explorer, any changes you made to the perspective are saved, and next time z/OS Explorer starts, your tailored perspective is displayed.
You can restore the perspective to its last saved configuration at any time by clicking Restore Defaults on the Perspectives pane in the Preferences window.on the main menu for the workbench. You can reset the supplied perspectives to their default configuration by clicking
For more information about RSE usage, see Generic RSE User Guide and RSE for z/OS User's Guide.