Tapping this button exports the data using the following settings to a file named
opens an iOS file handling dialog. The file may be exported using any available option there.
After exporting the file, its name may be changed as long
.ttconfig extension is preserved; e.g.,
Data to Export
The items listed under Data to Export can all be exported by selecting the Everything option, which is the default. Alternatively, that can be deselected, and individual items set as desired. The item specifics are:
- Configurations: connection profiles for terminal emulation and web browser settings
- Macros: macros recorded by the user
- Printer Definitions: settings for the different printer names
- Passwords: any passwords saved in connection profiles
- Keyboard Definitions: custom on-screen key mappings
- Codepages: user codepage settings for external keyboards
- Application Settings: other Global Options, SSL certificates, etc.
Selecting any item will include both default and custom items of that type. TinyTERM currently allows only all-or-nothing export for a given data category.
TinyTERMconfig.ttconfig file may be password-protected if desired.
The password must be supplied in order to import the file. This is useful for individual
configuration sharing, but is not recommended for mass deployment.
These settings affect the behavior of imported files. When importing a
configuration, it can Overwrite Existing Config, which will overwrite any internal files
of the same name, but preserve others. In contrast, Remove Existing Config will erase the
current configuration in favor of the new
TinyTERM.ttconfig file. Silent Import
prevents any warnings of this behavior.
Editing Configuration Files
TinyTERMconfig.ttconfig file uses the same file format as a ZIP archive,
provided the file is not encrypted. An encrypted
.ttconfig file can only be
opened by TinyTERM Enterprise, provided the password is available.
This means that any tool which opens ZIP files will
.ttconfig files. To enable this, simply change the file extension
.zip. This allows editing of the individual files
It also allows adding files, such as custom keyboard layouts.
TinyTERM Enterprise will also accept a certificate file for use by the Industrial Browser, when contained
.ttconfig file. The certificate must
.pem format, and be named
When finished editing, zip the files again using any archive tool without a password. Do not zip the folder that
contains the file, but the individual files themselves. Change the file extension back to
.ttconfig, and it's ready for import.