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# Author: Martin Oberhuber
# Date: 2006-02-01
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<p>The Target Management project creates data models and frameworks
to configure and manage remote systems, their connections, and their services.</p>
Our first deliverable is the <i>Remote System Explorer (RSE)</i>,
a framework and toolkit in Eclipse Workbench, that allows you to
connect and work with a variety of remote systems, including
<li><b>remote file systems</b> through SSH, FTP or dstore agents (seamless editing of
remote files including remote search and compare),</li>
<li><b>remote shell access</b> (compiling with error navigation),</li>
<li><b>remote process</b> handling through dstore agents,</li>
<li>and <b>remote debugging</b> through CDT / gdb / gdbserver.</li>
<p>Besides that, we are working on <b>flexible, re-usable components</b>
for Networking and Target Management that run integrated or without RSE.
The following are available from the TM 3.0 download pages
<li>An ANSI / vt102 compatible <b>Terminal</b> widget with pluggable Serial, ssh and Telnet connectors
(requires Platform now but can be ported to RCP / J2ME)</li>
<li>Apache <b>Commons Net</b> re-bundled for Eclipse to support FTP, rlogin, telnet
and other standard protocols (requires J2SE-1.2 only)</li>
<p>TM downloads are available
from our
<a href="/tm/downloads.php">
download site</a>. The best resource for programmers to get started
with the framework is the
<a href="">EclipseCon 2008 Tutorial</a>
(includes <a href="">sample code</a>),
which is based on TM 3.0M5. Another
<a href="">
Tutorial</a> is available as part of the ISV documentation,
and an <a href="">
FAQ</a> is available on the project Wiki.</p>
Our plans beyond TM 3.0 are available from the
Target Management <a href="/tm/development/plan.php">Project Plan
</a> and our <a href="/tm/doc/TM_Use_Cases_v1.1c.pdf">
Use Cases Document</a>, which covers all areas of interest to us.</p>
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<h3>For more information, see the</h3>
<li><a href="">
Target Management Overview Slides</a>
which include a diagram of the envisioned components and architecture for our project
(<a href="">PPT</a>
| <a href="">PDF</a>).
<li><a href="" target="_blank">
<b>Target Management 3.0 New & Noteworthy</b></a>, EclipseCon 2008
(<a href="">PPT</a> 707 KB |
<a href="">PDF</a> 581 KB)
<li><a href="">TM 2.0 Webinar</a>:
goals, architecture, future plans and online demo
(<a href="">50 minute full recording</a> |
<a href="">PPT slides</a>)
<li><a href="">
TM and RSE FAQ</a></li>
<li>EclipseCon 2008
<a href="" target="_blank">
<b>TM 3.0 Tutorial</b></a> (includes
<a href="">slides</a> and
<a href="">sample code</a>)
<li><a href="">
TM Online Docs Tutorial</a></li>
<li><a href="">
TM 3.0 Known Issues and Workarounds</a></li>
<li><a href="/tm/doc/TM_Use_Cases_v1.1c.pdf">
Target Management Use-Case Document</a>
to understand what scenarios we want to cover with our project.</li>
<li><a href="/tm/development/plan.php">
Target Management Project Plan</a>
to understand what features and releases are coming next.</li>
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<h6>Getting started</h6>
<li><a href=""
target="_self">TM Overview Slides</a></li>
<li><a href="">TM Webinar</a>
<li><a href="" target="_self">
TM 3.0 Release Review Slides</a></li>
<li><a href="" target="_self">
TM 2.0 Release Review Slides</a></li>
<li><a href="/tm/doc/TM_Use_Cases_v1.1c.pdf"
target="_self">TM Use Cases Document</a></li>
<li><a href=""
target="_self">TM 3.0 Tutorial</a></li>
<li><a href="/tm/development/plan.php"
target="_self">TM Project Plan</a></li>
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