Configuration information that describes a certain capability or setup; a prototype for configuration information or properties that are common to a group of machines or that apply to an application.
A profile is a set of APIs that, when combined with a configuration, target a specific vertical device market. See the Mobile Information Device Profile. A Profile is what J2ME developers really target when they write applications.
A specification of Java APIs promulgated by the Java Community Process that is intended to address a particular type of consumer electronic or embedded device. A Profile also specifies a particular Configuration.
A named group of configuration information that can be distributed from a configuration manager when a managed server subscribes. Configuration information can include registered administrators, policy, client schedules, client option sets, administrative schedules, server command scripts, server definitions, and server group definitions. See configuration manager and managed server.
The C5 operating system provides profiles that are used to set up an initial configuration. The profiles are called basic, extended, and mini. These profiles include or remove certain features in the system. You can use one of these configuration profiles as the initial configuration for your system, and add or remove specific feature options using the configurator utility. See also basic profile, extended profile, mini profile, and configurator.
A collection of parameters that specifies preferences for enabling and configuring Oracle Net Services' features on the client or server. A profile is stored and implemented through the sqlnet.ora file.
profile - A set of information services used to configure the Microsoft Exchange client and other messaging applications. These services provide a variety of functions, such as access to mailbox address lists, sets of folders, and other features. Typically a user needs only one profile. A user who works occasionally with a different configuration may need to create an additional profile.
A set of security configurations specific to one person or class of user. See also Security.
A profile is an optional service of MAPI which is employed to help users manage the Information services configured on an Exchange client.
A profile is a set of APIs added to a configuration to support specific uses of a mobile device. Along with its underlying configuration, a profile defines a complete, and usually self-contained, general-purpose application environment. Profiles often, but not always, define APIs for user interface and persistence; the MIDP profile, based on the CLDC configuration, fits this pattern. Profiles may be supersets or subsets of other profiles; the Personal Basis Profile is a subset of the Personal Profile and a superset of the Foundation Profile. See also configuration, optional package.
A particular network segment configuration allowing a Console to see and interact with only those Clients within the profiles IP address ranges.
See See Configuration profile.
Extended user information. The fields are fully configurable. See also: FOAF