The Readerware Command Line
When specifying Readerware command line options you must follow
the program name with the options. For example:
C:\Program Files\Readerware 4\readerware.exe
Windows has a lot of problems if there are spaces in any value. You
must put the value in double quotes. If both the program name and
the option have spaces, you must put each in a separate set of
double quotes. For example:
"C:\Program Files\Readerware 4\readerware.exe" -db"C:\Library\My Books.rw3\My Books.rw3.data"
If you put the whole line in one set of double quotes, Windows will not parse
the command line correctly.
Readerware will accept the following options on the command line:
You can use the -db option to include the full path name of a
Readerware database on the command line.
-db"C:\Users\Bill\Documents\Readerware\My Books.rw3\My Books.rw3.data"
You can use the -pf option to include the full path name of a
Readerware preferences file on the command line. If the file does not exist Readerware will create it.
You can use both the Database Name and Preferences File options to create
completely isolated environments for each database.
You can use the -debug option to start Readerware in debug mode.
You should only use this option at the direction of Readerware technical
support. It can impact system performance.:
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