You can use Windows Explorer to find the ClientName for a plug-in. In the FrameMaker plug-ins folder select the DLL file name, go to File > Properties, and choose the Version tab. The ClientName should be the first item under Other version information.
You can use the same -progid option you specified when you set up FrameMaker for Mif2Go; this option works for any plug-in. You can use the -book and -doc options to specify the files you want open; these files are opened before the plug-in is called. You can use the -close option the same way as for Mif2Go.
You do not need the -client option for Mif2Go projects; this option is intended only for use with other FrameMaker plug-ins. The default value is OmniBookExport, which is the ClientName for Mif2Go DLL file m2rbook.dll.
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