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There are two possibilities for opening local files at startup from a command line by adding their file paths as parameters:
  • scriptName [pathToXMLFile1] [pathToXMLFile2]
    • scriptName is the name of the startup script for your platform (oxygen.bat on Windows, oxygen.sh on Mac OS X and Linux).
    • pathToXMLFileN is the name of a local XML file.
  • An XML file and a schema file to be associated automatically to the file and used for validation and content completion:

    scriptName -instance pathToXMLFile -schema pathToSchemaFile -schemaType XML_SCHEMA|DTD_SCHEMA|RNG_SCHEMA|RNC_SCHEMA -dtName documentTypeName

    • scriptName is the name of the startup script for your platform (oxygen.bat on Windows, or oxygen.sh on Mac OS X and Linux).
    • pathToXMLFile is the name of a local XML file.
    • pathToSchemaFile is the name of the schema that you want to associate to the XML file, the four constants (XML_SCHEMA, DTD_SCHEMA, RNG_SCHEMA, RNC_SCHEMA) are the possible schema types (XML Schema, DTD, Relax NG schema in full syntax, Relax NG schema in compact syntax).
    • documentTypeName specifies the name of the document type for which the schema is defined. If the document type is already set in preferences, its schema and type are updated.
Tip: You can use the -h or --help parameters to see more detailed information about possible values.