X protocol


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X protocol

(networking, protocol)
A standard protocol used by clients (applications) and servers in the X Window System for exchanging requests for window operations.

X protocol

The message format between the application clients and the X Window server in the X Window System. See X Window.
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Trace and Replay is useful for troubleshooting by the corporate help desk or WRQ technical support because it captures the X protocol for replay of the exact screen image.
Other management and administration features include quick start connection templates for easy access to X applications, on-line and interactive login support, network and statistic diagnostics, and an X protocol trace utility for troubleshooting capability.