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System Requirements

Operating systems

Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2

CPU
  • Minimum - Intel Pentium III™/AMD Athlon™ class processor, 1 GHz
  • Recommended - Dual Core class processor
Memory
  • Minimum values per user - 512 MB of RAM
  • Recommended values per concurrent user - 2 GB of RAM
Storage
  • Minimum - 400 MB free disk space
  • Recommended - 1 GB free disk space
Java

Java 1.8 from Oracle

Oxygen XML Editor only supports official and stable Java Virtual Machines with version 1.8 from Oracle. If you use the native Windows installer, Oxygen XML Editor will be installed with its own copy of Java with the specific update version that has been thoroughly tested.
All Platforms Package

If you use the all platforms package, your system must have a compatible Java 1.8 virtual machine installed. To see the exact Java update version that is supported, go to www.oxygenxml.com, navigate to the Download page for the particular product you are installing, and click on the tab for your particular platform.

Note: Oxygen XML Editor may work with other update versions of Java, but since Oxygen XML Editor has only been thoroughly tested with specific versions, there is no guarantee that it will be stable with any other Java version.

Oxygen XML Editor uses the following rules to determine which installed version of Java to use:

  1. If you install using the native Windows installer, which installs a version of Java as part of the Oxygen XML Editor installation, the version in the jre subdirectory of the installation directory is used.
  2. Otherwise, if the Windows environment variable JAVA_HOME is set, Oxygen XML Editor uses the Java version pointed to by this variable.
  3. Otherwise, the version of Java pointed to by your PATH environment variable is used.

If you run Oxygen XML Editor using the batch file, oxygen.bat, you can edit the batch file to specify a particular version to use.

Windows Installer

To install Oxygen XML Editor using the Windows installer, follow these steps:
  1. Make sure that your system meets the system requirements.
  2. Download the Windows installer.
  3. [Optional] Validate the integrity of the downloaded file by checking it against the MD5 sum published on the download page.
  4. Run the installer and follow the instructions in the installation program.
  5. Start Oxygen XML Editor using one of the following methods:
    • Use one of the shortcuts created by the installer.
    • Run oxygen.bat, which is located in the installation directory.
  6. To license your copy of Oxygen XML Editor go to Help > Register and enter your license information.

Configuring Windows Terminal Server

  1. Install Oxygen XML Editor on the server and make its shortcuts available to all users.
  2. Make sure you allocate sufficient memory to Oxygen XML Editor by adding the -Xmx parameter either in the .bat startup script, or in the .vmoptions configuration file (if you start it from an executable launcher).