If you are looking for SBClient, you have come to the right place. We explain what SBClient is and point you to the official download.
What is SBClient?
The SystemBuilder environment, which compromises the SB+ Server, frequently runs on a Rocket U2 database and SBClient. This SBClient runs as a type of Microsoft Windows desktop application. The product can either be processed in a runtime or developer mode. The development environment allows quick prototyping, development, and deployment of applications. It contains a rudimentary GUI application environment.
SBClient is also a type of SearchBot client. It automatically opens downloaded search results. Users can utilize the SBClient to make fast local searches in downloaded lists. It can also utilize results from group @find and @locator results. SBClient has the ability of automatically requesting SearchBot triggers from channel, and can mix results from different search types. Microsoft Windows Terminal Services can provide its users with access to one published application, when accessed to a full. Microsoft Windows desktop is not required. SBClient can also work as a published application in this situation.
Find the official SBClient download
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Unfortunately, we do not have the current download link for SBClient in our records.
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File types supported by SBClient
Our users primarily use SBClient to open these file types:
About file types supported by SBClient
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If you have additional information about which types of files SBClient can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
Last updated: : September 9, 2014