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oXygen XML Schema Editor
Oxygen offers a side by side presentation of the schema source and diagram. The diagram is synchronized in real time with the source editor: selecting an element in the diagram highlights the corresponding element in the source editor, while moving the caret in the source editor changes the selection in the diagram view. The schema diagram renders all the XML Schema and Relax NG components and allows you to quickly navigate to the referred definitions of elements, attributes, types, groups, patterns, etc. Two types of visual diagram are available for a schema: the Full Model View and the Logical Model View.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 153  Category: Resource    

IBM AlphaWorks XML Schema Quality Checker
Stylus Studio, the industry-leading provider of XML development tools for advanced data integration, today announced new support for IBM's alphaWorks XML Schema Quality Checker, further solidifying its position as the provider of the world's most advanced XML Schema Tools. New support for the IBM's alphaWorks XML Schema Quality Checker in the Stylus Studio XML IDE enables developers to check their XML data models against various well-established best practices governing XML Schema style and quality. Developers can read a free online tutorial with step-by-step instructions on How to build fabulous XML Schemas with Stylus Studio and IBM alphaWorks XML Schema Quality Checker.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 293  Category: Press Release    

IBM Alphaworks XML Schema Quality Checker
The IBM's alphaWorks group has released a tool called the XML Schema Quality Checker, which checks the quality and style of your XML schema. For example, it will check all of the enumerated values of an element or type, and make sure they all fit within a given length facet. This tutorial shows how to install and use the XML Schema quality checker with the Stylus Studio XML IDE.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 788  Category: Example    

Associating XML Schemas with XML Instance Documents
This tutorial covers how to associate one or more XML schemas with an XML instance document in Stylus Studio for the purpose of editing and validating the XML data. Specifically, the following topics are covered: Associating an External Schema With a Document, Having Stylus Studio Generate a Schema then associate it, Validating XML Documents, Updating a Document's XML Schema, and Removing the Association Between a Document and an XML Schema.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 529  Category: Article    

XML Schema Validation Tools
This article describes Stylus Studio's XML Schema Validation tools, alowing you to visually check the validity of your XML documents against any XML schema. Stylus Studio implements its own integrated XML Schema validator, but is unique in also providing complete integration with the most popular XML Schema validators, including MSXML 4.0 SAX, MSXML 4.0 DOM, MSXML 3.0 SAX, MSXML 3.0 DOM, Microsoft .NET XML Parser (System.XML), Xerces-J 2.5.1, XSV 2.6, and so on. The ability to integrate any XML processor and XML Schema validator with Stylus Studio's intuitive visual XML editors means you always find and fix the XML bugs before deploying XML code.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 463  Category: Article    

XML Schema Data Mapping Tools
This tutorial explains Stylus Studio visual XML Schema-to-XML Schema mapping tools, alowing developers to easily implement sophisticated XML data mappings involving multiple data sources and customized data processing using W3C XSLT or W3C XQuery code.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 472  Category: Article    

XML Schema Development Tutorial
This tutorial covers: What Is an XML Schema? Creating an XML Schema in Stylus Studio, working with and editing XML Schemas, getting started with XML Schema in the tree view, defining simpleTypes in XML Schemas, defining complexTypes in XML Schemas, defining elements and Attributes in XML Schemas, defining groups of elements and attributes in XML Schemas, adding comments, annotation, and documentation nodes to XML Schemas, defining XML Schema notations and annotations, referencing and including external XML Schemas, generating XML schema documentation, and specifying XML Schema properties.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 563  Category: Tutorial    

FIXML - the Financial Information eXchange Markup Language
A tutorial on the use of a standard XML Schema data model, FIXML, in the financial industry.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 399  Category: Article    

XML Schema Tutorial
This XML Schema tutorial covers a technical overview of builing XML schemas, which can make it much easier to both validate an XML document (check to make sure that its data is at least internally consistent) and to better map XML documents to binary data structures used in traditional programming.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 484  Category: Tutorial    

OASIS Catalogs Tutorial (Industry Standard DTD and XML Schemas)
OASIS XML Catalogs provide location-transparency. No longer do you have to worry about fixing the references to C:\db44\docbookx.dtd in 4000 XML files when docbookx.dtd migrates to a new server - by employing just one development catalog and one deployment catalog, which need differ by only a few lines, you can make those troubles disappear. Magic? Well, not quite, but OASIS Catalogs are a mystery to many. In this tutorial, Tony Lavinio, Stylus Studio Principal Engineer and (not coincidentally) architect and engineer behind Stylus Studio's OASIS Catalog support, describes how using OASIS catalogs can make your project's transition from the lab to the real world a wee bit smoother.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 383  Category: Tutorial    

Using Open XML Schema with .NET
A key tenet of service-oriented architecture is that applications should communicate in a decoupled fashion, using messaging as a communication pattern. Decoupling the various components of a system using messages rather than relying on strongly-typed objects enables your system components to evolve and scale with much less effort. In theory, small extensions to messages can be propagated throughout a system, without requiring that all components of the system be recompiled.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 711  Category: Article    

Using XML Schemas With Oracle XML DB
You may find it usefull to validate XML documents, conforming to a given XML schema, against that schema. To do this, you can use the XMLType datatype methods: isSchemaValid() and schemaValidate() that allow Oracle XML DB to validate the contents of an instance document stored in an XMLType, against an XML schema.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 819  Category: Article    

Support and Troubleshooting for XML Schemas in InfoPath 2003
Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 allows you to create XML form solutions by loading an externally authored XML Schema (XSD) definition file into the InfoPath design environment. Learn how to take advantage of InfoPath support for using externally authored XSD files to create custom form templates, and find out how to troubleshoot common problems.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 600  Category: Article    

Support and Troubleshooting for XML Schemas in InfoPath 2003
Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 allows you to create XML form solutions by loading an externally authored XML Schema (XSD) definition file into the InfoPath design environment. Learn how to take advantage of InfoPath support for using externally authored XSD files to create custom form templates, and find out how to troubleshoot common problems.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 547  Category: Article    

Using Open XML Schema with .NET
A key tenet of service-oriented architecture is that applications should communicate in a decoupled fashion, using messaging as a communication pattern. Decoupling the various components of a system using messages rather than relying on strongly-typed objects enables your system components to evolve and scale with much less effort. In theory, small extensions to messages can be propagated throughout a system, without requiring that all components of the system be recompiled.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 693  Category: Article    

Design a form based on an XML schema
An XML schema gives data a structure that can be used by various groups to collect and store information consistently, and to share data easily and reliably. You can create an InfoPath form based on an existing XML schema, so that your form uses an established data structure.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 653  Category: Resource    

XML Schema: Component Designators Working Draft Published
The XML Schema Working Group has released a revised Working Draft of XML Schema: Component Designators. The document defines a scheme for identifying the XML Schema components specified by the XML Schema Recommendation Part 1 and Part 2.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 442  Category: Resource    

Whatever happened to XML schemas?
Early in the growth of XML as a data format, even before the widespread adoption of Web services, one of the most popular and heated debates was on how best to represent the structure and syntax of data in an XML document. Commonly known as XML schemas, a wide range of proposals emerged for how to best indicate which elements were required in an XML document, as well as the nature, repetition, and hierarchy of those elements. The goal of these formats was simple: provide an easy way of defining the requirements of an XML document, and then validating those documents against those requirements so that two unrelated parties can reliably exchange and process XML documents.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 504  Category: Article    

XML Schemas Pave the Way for Enterprise Integration
Until now, schemas have been a missing piece of the XML puzzle for Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). In this article, B2B expert Andre Yee discusses the emerging XML Schema for EAI.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 521  Category: Article    

Using XML Schemas
The DataSet class makes it very easy to load XML data into an instance of the class, and then work with it as relational data. However, many questions arise when developers start loading nested XML elements into a data set. That's when a little understanding of what's going on under the covers goes a long way toward obtaining the results you expect.

Type: XSchema  #Views: 1802  Category: Article    

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