Server descriptors and IceBox descriptors may specify command-line options that the node will pass to the program at startup. As the node prepares to execute the server, it assembles the command by appending options to the server executable's pathname.
In XML, you define a command-line option using the
The node preserves the order of options, which is especially important for Java servers. For example, JVM options must appear before the class name, as shown below:
The node translates these options into the following command: