In principle, there is no need to use the following, very low-level, system properties.
|XSL_FO_PROCESSORS||List of XSL-FO processor names separated by semi-colons ('|
This property contains the names of all XSL-FO processor plug-ins. Examples: "
|XXE_ADDON_DOWNLOAD_LOCATION||List of "|
Clicking on the Install add-on" preferences of the Preferences dialog box resets the list of download URLs to the value specified by this property.button of the "
If this property is not set, by default, the list of download URLs is
|XXE_CATALOG_RESOLVER_VERBOSITY||Strictly positive integer (the larger, the more verbose)||Prints on the console messages tracing the resolution by the XML catalog resolver of system identifiers.|
|XXE_CONFIRM_CREDENTIALS_DELAY||Strictly positive number of milliseconds|
Workaround for the following problem: “when opening a document stored on a server requiring user authentication (e.g. a WebDAV server), a user who typed an incorrect username or password is never prompted again for her/his credentials”.
When system property
|XXE_DAV_TRACE||Any (example: |
Causes the WebDAV client to print DAV requests and responses on the console.
|XXE_DAV_USE_SIMPLE_REFS||Any (example: |
Causes the WebDAV client to use absolute paths rather than full URIs in the
Doing this is allowed by RFC 4918, but not by (obsolete) RFC 2518.
This may be useful when operating through a reverse proxy that does rewrite the
|XXE_DAV_URI_ENCODING_USES_8859_1||Any (example: |
Used by the WebDAV client.
Specifies that the WebDAV server expects and returns URIs where accented characters (to make it simple) are escaped using the customary %
The standard mandates
For example, this flag is needed for Apache/mod_dav running on an ``old'' Linux server where the file system encodes filenames using ISO-8859-1.
|XXE_FOP_CONFIG||URL of a user-defined FOP configuration file|
Specifies the location of a FOP configuration file.
Note that, because this URL is resolved using the XML catalogs of XXE, this allows to bundle a custom FOP configuration file with the FOP plug-in, prior to deploying XXE using Java™ Web Start.
|XXE_FTP_DISABLE_SESSION_RESUMPTION||Any (example: |
Used by the FTP virtual drive plug-in. Disable session resumption (by default, it's enabled).
Session resumption is a feature of SSL/TLS, which speeds up the establishment of secure connections by caching certain cryptographic parameters during the first connection, such that they may be used in subsequent connections. This is particularly handy for FTPS which opens a new connection for each file transfer. Occasionally it can cause problems when establishing secure connections on data-channels, so this flag is provided for disabling the feature and thus forcing a full exchange of cryptographic data for every file.
For example, when XXE is a client of the
|XXE_JAVA_IMAGE_TOOLKIT_EXCLUDE||List of file extensions separated by semi-colons ('|
This would prevent the built-in Java™ 1.5 image toolkit from handing BMP images.
This is useful in case you find an external image toolkit which handles specified image extensions better than the built-in Java™ image toolkit.
|XXE_NETWORK_TIMEOUT||A number of milliseconds.|
Specifies the default timeout used for creating network connections and reading responses. A negative or null number means: wait indefinitely.
Used at various places in XMLmind XML Editor, for example by WebDAV and FTP virtual drives.
Built-in default value is 120,000ms (2mn).
|XXE_PREDECLARE_NAMESPACE_PREFIXES||Any value. Suffice for this system property to be set.|
Slightly changes the way namespace prefixes are declared in an XML save file, when the document being saved conforms to a DTD.
Both methods are flawed. In the general case, XXE simply cannot generate XML documents in which the
|XXE_SHOW_CLIPBOARD_ERRORS||Any value. Suffice for this system property to be set.||Causes XXE to report system clipboard errors on the console.|
|XXE_SHOW_SEMANTIC_ERRORS||Any value. Suffice for this system property to be set.|
Allows to make cross-reference errors less important than semantic warnings and errors (which are typically reported by Schematron validation). This has an influence of the Validity icon found at the bottom left of the main window and on the contents of the Validity tool.
This system property is examined once and for all. Therefore it is best to specify it as a command-line argument (e.g.
|XXE_STRICT_CONREF||Any value. Suffice for this system property to be set.||When transcluding DITA conrefs, check the compatibility of the domains of the referencing document with the domains of the referenced document.|
Specifies which scrolling mode to use everywhere in XXE.
~$ XXE_VIEWPORT_SCROLL_MODE=simple xxe &
|XXE_XEP_CONFIG||URL of a user-defined XEP configuration file||Same as XXE_FOP_CONFIG, but applies to RenderX XEP rather than to Apache FOP.|