A connection is a location or service or device that contains QVX-enabled databases and/or GPS files. For example, a directory, cloud or mobile device. Connections are represented in the Xplorer as root nodes.
The default connection, the first node, is called QV-Data and points to the DBs folder in the QVX_Data folder on the hard disk. All standard databases are located here.
To manage, create or remove connections, click the Xplorer button:
Creates a new root node to a directory. QVX then displays all databases *.qvmdb in the folder and all subfolders in the Xplorer.
Creates a new root node to a cloud service. Currently DropBox and OneDrive are available. Enter a name and click Login. The following dialog comes from the cloud provider. You need to enter your login details and allow QVX to access your cloud. After that you will see an ok next to the login button.
Close the dialog and the new connection is displayed in the Xplorer. You can now use the checkbox next to the name to establish and terminate the connection at any time. When connected, you will see the content in the Xplorer list.
When connecting to the cloud for the first time, QVX creates a folder “QVM_Data” in your cloud storage. QVX and QVM work only with this folder.
The following functions are available:
If you use QV-Mobile 3 on your smartphone, you can also exchange DBs between QVX and QVM in this way, because QVM has the same cloud functionality.
QVX stores the access data in the qvxuser.ini The next time you start the program you can connect immediately without having to log in again. If you do not want the login data to be saved, you can disable this under Settings-General.
This establishes a connection to the QV-Mobile app on your iPhone/iPad. The device must be in the same Wifi as the PC.
First start QVM on your iPhone or iPad. Go to the database page and select Im/Export from the options menu … (top right). Then select the FTP Server tab (bottom right). Activate the FTP server.
In QVX in the New Connection dialog select a name and enter the same values for IP and port as displayed in QVM. Then click Check, the connection is established and confirmed with an OK next to the Check button.
Close the dialog and the new connection is displayed in the Xplorer. As long as the FTP server is activated in QVM, you can use the checkbox next to the name to establish the connection and see all databases of the device in the Xplorer list.
The following functions are then available: