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object browser

A utility that provides a hierarchical view of the Java classes in a Java application. It typically comes in an integrated development environment (IDE). See IDE.
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The ScaleOut Object Browser allows developers and architects to view cache contents, including metadata and serialised data for individual Java and .
Highly anticipated new features include performance enhancements for large multicore systems, Object Browser support for handling massive production workloads, and an AppFabric Caching Compatibility Library.
Simplifying application development with a proprietary object browser that delivers detailed insights into the contents of the in-memory data grid, including access to values for object properties
Object Browser allowing users to see all the data and function objects that are available, including those in loaded and installed R packages.
The Management Pack includes object browser and parallel backup / restore functionality, helping developers and architects view, manage, and back up objects stored in the ScaleOut StateServer distributed cache.
In addition to a contemporary 3-D look and customizable toolbars, frequently used windows such as Instrument Manager and Function and Object Browser are more readily accessible with docking and auto-hiding capabilities.
The Object Browser provides a window into a complete list of the application objects that comprise the enterprise.
SAP Technical Object Browser - Enables GIS users to view and manipulate SAP asset structures comprised of both mapped and unmapped locations and equipment.
Enhanced SQL Workshop -- new features in the SQL Workshop such as a graphical Query Builder, Object Browser and PL/SQL Editor makes viewing and management of database objects significantly easier;
The BACnet object browser features an easy-to-use interface that displays information in three separate panes.
It also includes an object browser for viewing documentation.
With the introduction of Enterprise RTView for NETeXPERT, SL and Agilent extend the relationship that began in 1990 when SL began supplying the underlying technology used in the NETeXPERT Visual Agent and Object Browser product lines.