This command removes all installed schemas and the cache directory. You will be completely resetting your schema environment. After running this command, be sure to run the initialize command to recreate the cache directory. Alternatively, run the reset command with the -i option. Since reset -i restores the original installation of the product, we recommend that you run the update command after performing a reset and initialization. Alternatively, run the reset command with both the -i and -u options.
<exec> reset [options]
The reset command takes the following options:
Initialize Schema Manager after reset. The default is false.
Updates the list of available schemas in the cache. The default is false.
Display only error messages. The default is false.
Display detailed information during execution. The default is false.
Display help for the command.
•To reset Schema Manager, run: xmlschemamanager reset
•To reset Schema Manager and initialize it, run: xmlschemamanager reset -i
•To reset Schema Manager, initialize it,and update its schema list, run: xmlschemamanager reset -i -u