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The following scripts, which are referenced in the Each BaseX [[Startup]] and mode can be launched with its own Start Script which can in turn be used with its own range of [[Command-Line Options]] articles, are also included in the . The BaseX [httphttps://basex.org/products/download/ Windows and ZIP distributions]readily include all Start Scripts.
* We recommend you to manually add the {{Code|bin}} directory of your BaseX directory to the [httphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PATH_(variable) PATH variable] of your environment.* You can copy the start scripts to another location in your file system. After that, you should edit the scripts and assign the BaseX directory to the {{Code|MAIN}} variable.
* The Windows installer automatically adds the project’s {{Code|bin}} directory to your path environment.
* If you work with [[Maven]], you can directly run the scripts in the {{Code|etc}} sub directory of the GitHub [https://github.com/BaseXdb/basex/tree/master/basex-core /etc basex-core/etc] and [https://github.com/BaseXdb/basex/tree/master/basex-api /etc basex-api/etc] sub-directoriesof the project.
If BaseX terminates with an {{Code|Out of Memory}} or {{Code|Java heap space}} error, you can assign more RAM via the {{Code|-Xmx}} flag (see below). The conservative value that was chosen in our distributions ensures that BaseX will also run on 32 bit JVMs.
=Main PackageStandalone=
The following scripts can be used to launch the standalone version of BaseX. Please replace the class name in <code>org.basex.BaseX</code> with either <code>BaseXClient</code>, <code>BaseXServer</code>, or <code>BaseXGUI</code> to run the client, server or GUI version.:
==Windows: {{Code|basex.bat}}==
<pre classsyntaxhighlight lang="brush:bashbatch">
@echo off
setLocal EnableDelayedExpansion
REM Path to this scriptcore and library classesset PWDMAIN=%~dp0 REM Core and library classes/..set CP=%PWDMAIN%/../BaseX.jarset LIB=;%PWDMAIN%/../libfor /R "%LIB%" %%a in (*.jar) do set CP=!CP!;%MAIN%a/lib/custom/*
REM Options for virtual machine
set VMBASEX_JVM=-Xmx512mXmx1200m %BASEX_JVM%
REM Run code
java -cp "%CP%" %VMBASEX_JVM% org.basex.BaseX %*</presyntaxhighlight>
==Linux/Mac: {{Code|basex}}==
<pre classsyntaxhighlight lang="brush:bash">#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Path to this script
cd -P "$(dirname "$SRC")" && pwd )/$(basename "$SRC")"
done
BXMAIN="$( cd -P "$(dirname "$FILE")/.." && pwd )"
# Core and library classes
CP="$BXMAIN/BaseX.jar"CP=":$CPMAIN/lib/*:$(for JAR in "$BX"MAIN/lib/custom/*.jar; do echo -n ":$JAR"; done)"CLASSPATH
# Options for virtual machine(can be extended by global options)VMBASEX_JVM="-Xmx512mXmx2g $BASEX_JVM"
# Run code
java -cp "$CP" $VM BASEX_JVM org.basex.BaseX "$@"</presyntaxhighlight=GUI, Server, Client= If you would like to launch the GUI, Server or Client version of BaseX, please replace the class name in <code>org.basex.BaseX</code> with either <code>BaseXGUI</code>, <code>BaseXServer</code> or <code>BaseXClient</code>.
=HTTP Server=
The scripts for starting the HTTP server, which gives access to the [[REST]], [[RESTXQ]] and [[WebDAV]] services, can be found below.:
==Windows: {{Code|basexhttp.bat}}==
<pre classsyntaxhighlight lang="brush:bashbatch">
@echo off
setLocal EnableDelayedExpansion
REM Path to this scriptcore and library classesset PWDMAIN=%~dp0 REM Core and library classes/..set CP=%PWDMAIN%/../BaseX.jarset LIB=;%PWDMAIN%/../libfor /R "%LIB%" %%a in (*.jar) do set CP=!CP!;%MAIN%afor /R "%LIB%" %%a in (lib/custom/*.jar) do set CP=!CP!;%%a
REM Options for virtual machine
set VMBASEX_JVM=-Xmx512mXmx1200m %BASEX_JVM%
REM Run code
java -cp "%CP%;." %VMBASEX_JVM% org.basex.BaseXHTTP %*</presyntaxhighlight>
==Linux/Mac: {{Code|basexhttp}}==
<pre classsyntaxhighlight lang="brush:bash">#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Path to this script
cd -P "$(dirname "$SRC")" && pwd )/$(basename "$SRC")"
done
BXMAIN="$( cd -P "$(dirname "$FILE")/.." && pwd )"BXCORE="$( cd -P "$BX/../basex" && pwd )"
# API, core, and library classes
CP="$BXMAIN/BaseX.jar$(printf ":%s" "$BX/BaseX.jar" "$BXMAIN/lib/"*.jar ":$BXCOREMAIN/target/classes" "$BXCORElib/libcustom/"*.jar)":$CLASSPATH
# Options for virtual machine(can be extended by global options)VMBASEX_JVM="-Xmx512mXmx2g $BASEX_JVM"
# Run code
java -cp "$CP" $VM BASEX_JVM org.basex.BaseXHTTP "$@"</presyntaxhighlight=Included Start Scripts= The BaseX [https://basex.org/download/ Windows and ZIP distributions] readily include the following Start Scripts: {| class="wikitable"|- valign="top"! Windows! Linux/Mac! Description|- valign="top"| {{Code|basex.bat}}| {{Code|basex}}| Launches the BaseX standalone mode.|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexclient.bat}}| {{Code|basexclient}}| Starts a BaseX client.|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexgui.bat}}| {{Code|basexgui}}| Starts the BaseX GUI.|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexhttp.bat}}| {{Code|basexhttp}}| Starts the BaseX HTTP Server.|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexserver.bat}}| {{Code|basexserver}}| Starts the BaseX database server.|} For the BaseX HTTP and database server, there are also stop scripts available: {| class="wikitable"|- valign="top"! Windows! Linux/Mac! width="40%" | Description|- valign="top"|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexhttpstop.bat}}| {{Code|basexhttpstop}}| Stops the BaseX HTTP Server.|- valign="top"| {{Code|basexserverstop.bat}}| {{Code|basexserverstop}}| Stops the BaseX database server.|}
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