12.02 - Client Connections Window Display Options - Server Management

Teradata Server Management Web Services User Guide

Server Management
Release Number
July 2016
English (United States)
Last Update
You can customize the display of the Client Connections Window. For example, you can configure where you want the Connections Manager to appear on the Client Connections Window, specify which columns you want to display in the Connections Manager, and whether to use a vertical, horizontal, or grid layout. In the Client Connections Window, click Window > Options to open the Options window.
Option Description
Connections Layout Specifies the type of layout that you want to use in the Client Connections Window:
  • Desktop: Displays each connection in its own window on the desktop.
  • Extracted: Displays each connection in its own frame outside the Client Connections Window.
    When using this option and Connections Manager is not displayed, all frames are automatically hidden. To see the terminal windows, use the Client Connection Window View > Display Selected or View > Display All command. In addition, each extracted window contains Connection, Edit, and Help menus.
  • Tabbed: Displays each connection on a separate tab.
Tile Layout Specifies whether to use a Vertical, Horizontal, or Grid layout when you use the Window > Tile command in the Client Connections Window.
Enable Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V for Copy/Paste Allows you to use Ctrl+C for the copy command, and Ctrl+V for the paste command. If the check box is cleared, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V are sent to the server.
Enable Ctrl+Tab for Terminal Traversal Allows you to use Ctrl+Tab to activate the next terminal in the stack. If the check box is cleared, Ctrl+Tab is sent to the server.
Location Specifies whether the Connections Manager is located at the Top, Bottom, Left, or Right in the Client Connections Window.
Display Send To toolbar Displays the Send To toolbar at the top of the Connections Manager.
Number of connections to display per line Specifies whether to split the connections into more than one table. All open connections are distributed among the number of tables that you specify. This setting is useful in large systems.
Columns Displayed Specifies which columns are displayed in the Connections Manager as follows:
  • Name
  • Status
  • Last Line
  • Terminal Type
  • IP Address
  • Port
  • Protocol Type
  • Time Established
  • Time Elapsed