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Here is the command-line usage, where "" indicates optional arguments: java [java-args] com.esri.ae.AE [-locale=identifier] [project-file(s)]
We recommend the following for [java-args]: -Xms24m -Xmx256m
See Out of Memory
<a href='http://support.esri.com/en/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/19441' target='_blank'>Error: Out of Memory</a> for a description of the -Xms and -Xmx arguments.
If you specify one or more project files, then an attempt will be made to open each of them within a separate ArcExplorer window. If a project filename does not exist, an attempt will be made to open the file after appending ".axl" to it so, for example, "/data/axls/Canada" and "/data/axls/Canada.axl" are treated equivalently.
If you specify no project files or, if you specify project files that fail to be opened correctly, then a single empty ArcExplorer window will be opened.
If you specify a "-locale=identifier" then the identifier will be interpreted as a short-format Locale identifier, see below for details.
If you specify no "-locale=..." argument, or you specify an identifier that is unrecognised, then the system default locale for the computer will be used.
A locale identifier is currently defined in one of three ways: <language> or <language>_<country> or <language>_<country>_<variant> where <language> = lowercase two-letter ISO-639 code <country> = uppercase two-letter ISO-3166 code <variant> = vendor and browser specific code
For example, en, en_US, and fr_CA would return English, English (US), and French (Canada) respectively.
NOTE: ISO_3166 is case-sensitive.