Oxygen Scripting

Oxygen Scripting (formerly Oxygen XML Scripting) provides access to a variety of functions that can be automatically scheduled or triggered using a command-line tool on Windows, Linux, or macOS.

Oxygen Scripting Features

  • Automate XML Processing - Save time and effort by automating repetitive functions using the command line.
  • Continuous Integration - Increase productivity by incorporating functions in continuous integration/delivery pipelines.
  • Reuse Functions - Reduce errors and improve efficiency by reusing complex scripts.
  • Functions - The supported functions include:
    • Validate DITA maps or DITA OT project files.
    • Run transformation scenarios.
    • Build a translation package for DITA files...

Latest News

Oxygen XML Scripting V25.1
Oxygen XML Scripting V25.1
A new script is now available to generate documentation from a JSON schema file using the command line.
Oxygen XML Scripting V25.0
Oxygen XML Scripting V25.0
Adds new command line launcher for validating files and directories.
Oxygen XML Scripting V24.1
Oxygen XML Scripting V24.1
Adds the ability to convert HTML documents exported from Atlassian Confluence to DITA.
Oxygen XML Scripting V24.0
Oxygen XML Scripting V24.0
Improves the File and Directory comparison scripts.
Oxygen XML Scripting V23.1
Oxygen XML Scripting V23.1
Adds new command-line script for comparing files.

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Operating System for Deployment
  • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2
  • El Capitan (10.11), Sierra (10.12), High Sierra (10.13), Mojave (10.14), and Catalina (10.15)
  • Linux 64-bit

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