.RML File Extension
- Developer by: Elixir Technology
- Category: Misc Files
What are .RML files and how to open them?Can't open .RML file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .RML file.
What is a .RML file extension?
.RML file extension is created by Elixir Technology. .RML has been classified as Misc Files.
.RML is Elixir Report Template File
File used by Elixir Repertoire, a reporting engine that supports many backend database types; stores a template for a report and specifies the layout and placeholders for populating the document content; can be used for rendering reports in .PDF, .RTF, and .XLS formats.
RML files reside on the Elixir Repertoire server and are parsed by the report engine when requests are made. Elixir Repertoire is often referred to as "Elixir Report."
NOTE: Elixir Technology Elixir Repertoire is discontinued.
File Type 2 Redline Markup Language File
File created by Volo View, a program used for marking up CAD drawings; saved in an XML format and contains annotations and other markups that are displayed in red text when overlaid on a drawing; enables design reviewers to embed notes in CAD drawings.
Volo View was discontinued in 2009 and is no longer supported by Autodesk. Instead, reviewers can markup CAD drawings using a product such as Autodesk Design Reviewer, which saves redline markup notes in .DWF and .DWFX files.
NOTE: The RML file type was supported by AutoCAD up through AutoCAD 2005, which included an RML importer command-line tool called RMLIN. This tool imports the markup into a locked drawing layer called "_Markup_."
File Type 3 FTG Configuration File
Settings file created by the Free-To-Guest (FTG) Configuration Application, a program used for setting up LG Electronics devices such as television set-top boxes (STBs); saves the FTG Channel Map and Installer Menu settings; can be used for restoring the device configuration.
Free-To-Guest Management Appliance (FMA) devices are often used in hotels to show the supported television channels on guest rooms televisions.