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* We recommend you to manually add the {{Code|bin}} directory of your BaseX directory to the [ 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 [ basex-core/etc] and [ basex-api/etc] sub-directories of the project.
If BaseX terminates with an {{Code|Out of Memory}} error, you can assign more RAM via the {{Code|-Xmx}} flag (see below). The chosen value ensures that BaseX will also run on 32 bit JVMs.
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