Document conventions

The TEXTML Server documentation uses a set of conventions.

Table 1. Document conventions
Convention Example
TEXTML Server version numbers

The variable nn is used to represent any TEXTML Server version number, unless the step, procedure, or description is specific to a particular TEXTML Server version.

Locate the configuration file for the TEXTML Server instance whose port number you want to modify:

%ProgramData%\Ixiasoft\ TextmlServernn\TextmlServerCfg.xml
TEXTML Server sub-versions

An x is appended to TEXTML Server 3 and 4 version numbers as a variable to represent all available sub-versions. For example, 3.x represents versions 3.1. 3.2, 3.3 and so on.

The topic Differences between TEXTML Server 3.x and 4.x.

Naming conventions
  • For conciseness, this guide uses the term docbase instead of document base (used in the TEXTML Server windows and messages).
  • The term TEXTML Server is used to designate the TEXTML Server application, which may also be referred to as simply TEXTML in the application's windows, menus, and messages.
  • The term Administration Console is used to designate the application that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for managing TEXTML Server docbases. Within the application itself and elsewhere, the terms TEXTML Administration Tool , Java Console, or TEXTML Tool are also used for this same GUI.