By rchrd on May 30, 2012
A new technical article has been published on OTN:
How to Develop Code from a Remote Desktop with Oracle Solaris Studio
by Igor Nikiforov
This article describes the remote desktop feature of the Oracle Solaris Studio IDE, and how to use it to compile, run, debug, and profile your code running on remote servers.
Published May 2012Introducing the IDE Desktop Distribution
Determining Whether You Need the Desktop Distribution
Creating the Desktop Distribution
Using the Desktop Distribution
About the Author
Introducing the IDE Desktop Distribution
Sun Studio 12 Update 1 introduced a unique remote development feature that allows you to run just one instance of the IDE while working with multiple servers and platforms. For example, you could run the IDE on an x86-based laptop or desktop running Oracle Linux, and use a SPARC-based server running Oracle Solaris 10 to compile, run, debug, and profile your code. The IDE works seamlessly just as if you had the Oracle Solaris operating system on your laptop or desktop.