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Sets one or more options via a specially formatted file. This is an alternative to the setOption functions which requires you to programmatically define your option settings. You can also use SetOptionWithString to load options from an in memory string. Refer to Options documentation for the available options that may be set and their purpose.
This method provides a wrapper around the underlying C API method lxaSetSalienceOptionsWithFile.


salience6.setOptionsWithFile(oSession, sOptionFile, sConfigurationID)


oSession A SalienceSession object previously created via openSession
sOptionFile Path to a option file to use for this configuration
sConfigurationID Character string specifying a unique identifier for this configuration


If successful, returns 0.

Option File Format

Each line in the file sets one option, and the format is "<option name>"<tab><option value>. The quotes around the option name are required. If the option value is a string that should be double quoted as well. The name of each option is available on the Options page.

Example Option String

"Tagging Threshold" 50
"Lists and Tables" 1
"User Entity List" "C:/Salience/user.dat"

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