MetaProducts Offline Explorer Enterprise is an offline
browser*** that allows you to download an unlimited
number of your favorite Web, HTTPS and FTP sites for
later offline viewing, editing or browsing. RTSP, PNM and
MMS streaming media downloads are also supported.
Using Offline Explorer Enterprise, you can download an
unlimited number of your favorite Web, FTP, HTTPS, MMS,
PNM and RTSP sites for later offline viewing, editing or
browsing. Offline Explorer Enterprise is the most
sophisticated offline browser that also has many web
development features to easily edit, view, browse or
search your downloaded Web pages using its built-in
Offline Explorer Enterprise combines the usability of
Offline Explorer with the power of Offline Explorer Pro
* The ability to download up to 100 million URLs per
* An OLE Automation interface to enable control from
* The ability to update Projects with deleted files;
* Internal Proxy server to access downloaded sites
transparently in your browser;
* Generation of Google SiteMap files.
* The fastest-possible multi-threaded processing of
downloaded files by using all CPU cores.
Offline Explorer Enterprise is an ideal product for
companies that want to have their own offline browsing
solutions. We put all our experience - since January 1997
- in offline browsing into it.
Huge downloads possible
The enterprise edition was optimized to use as little
memory as possible during downloads. We redesigned the
parsing queue and map files format. Map files are no
longer loaded in memory, but kept on the disk. Offline
Explorer Enterprise reads only the necessary map segments
to display in the Project Map or to add new entries.
Map files now have an .mpx extension and are not
compatible with other versions of Offline Explorer.
Offline Explorer Enterprise converts old map files to the
new format when necessary, but the reverse operation is
not included. So, if you install Offline Explorer or
Offline Explorer Pro over the Enterprise edition, some
map information might be lost. Projects and other files
formats are the same, so all settings, Projects and
templates will be preserved.
Make your own offline browsing solution
OLE Automation opens Offline Explorer Enterprise to
solution developers. It is now possible to write a
program using Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi or another
COM-compatible development environment to start new
downloads, manage Projects and process downloaded Web
sites via Offline Explorer.
Offline Explorer Enterprise provides full access to its
folders, Projects and downloads. A complete help file on
OLE Automation details is provided in the Content
Update Projects with deleted files
Now you can delete downloaded Project files and Offline
Explorer Enterprise will still be able to download only
new or modified files from the Web site.
The information about the files you remove is stored in a
For example, if you downloaded a collection of large PDF
files that were burned on a CD, you can delete the files
from your hard disk using the Delete Only Project Files
command. When you start downloading the Project the next
time, Offline Explorer Enterprise will determine if any
of the deleted files have changed and download only new
and updated files.
This feature saves space by preventing storage of
Internal Proxy server
You can setup your browser to use Offline Explorer
Enterprise as a HTTP proxy (port 800 by default). When
you browse to the sites that were downloaded, the proxy
will show them from the download directory. Other sites
will be downloaded from the Internet transparently.
Also, Offline Explorer Enterprise logs will show you all
links that were requested by the browser. This may help
you to find the actual links to video, scripted images,
Offline browsing made easy
One of Offline Explorer Enterprises strengths is to
allow you to selectively include or exclude individual
servers, directories and files using keywords. It is
known for its excellent user interface and as one of the
fastest Web site downloaders available on the market
today. Support of industry-standard technologies such as
FTP, HTTPS, different proxy servers, Java and VB scripts,
Java classes, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS,) Macromedia
Flash, XML/XSL/DTD,Table Of Contents (TOC,) Acrobat
(PDF,) M3U, AAM files, RealMedia (.SMIL, .RAM, .RPM,) MS
NetShow Channel (.NSC,) VRML (.WRL, .WRZ,) QuickTime
(.MOV,) MMS, PNM and RTSP audio/video streams and cookies
plus a built-in HTTP server that allows you to share
downloaded files over an Intranet, make Offline Explorer
Enterprise the leader in offline browsing.