LXS Publisher is a generic Web application enabling the publishing of XML content and based on XSL/XSLT technology. Its advanced conception confers with flexibility, portability and efficient processing and XML transformations with XSL/XSLT/FO stylesheets. LXS Publisher provides a graphical administration console which facilitates URL definition tasks associated with both XML documents and XSL stylesheets.
XML Viewer for Java is a Java application that enables viewing XML data from various perspectives such as the source of the XML, the DTD for the XML, the hierarchical structure of the XML data. It displays any well-formed XML document.
The editor takes as input a given DTD, and automatically builds a palette containing the elements defined in the DTD. Users can thus create/edit/expand any document derived from that DTD, by using a visual tree-directed paradigm. The visual paradigm requires a minimum learning curve as only valid constructs/elements are presented to the user in a context-sensitive palette.
Xselerator is a fully functional XSL/XSLT IDE and Debugger. Features: Full stepping capability; Breakpoints on both XSLT and input XML; Conditional breakpoints; View template call stack; Watch values (including full XPath expression watches); Clear and easy to use IDE; XSL/XSLT element and attribute intuitive (like Intellisense or code insight) drop-downs; Automatic tag completion - in XSL/XSLT tag completion follows model and, optionally, fills element with mandatory attributes; HTML element and attribute intuitive drop-downs; Full XSL, XSLT, XML and HTML color syntax highlighting (fully customizable); and All the usual editor capabilities (cut, copy, paste, find, replace) plus special 'Copy as RTF' and 'Copy as HTML' features allowing syntax highlighting to be preserved when copying and pasting to word-processors, html editors and newsgroups etc.
XSLbyDemo is a technology for generating XSLT rules on the basis of editing operations conducted under on the WYSIWYG view of an HTML editor. XSLbyDemo is available for full-fledged HTML editors, namely, IBM WebSphere Studio Page Designer (v3.5 or greater), and IBM WebSphere Homepage Builder (v.6.0.3 or greater).
The IBM XML Registry/Repository (XRR) is a data management system that manages and provides services for XML artifacts including schemes (DTD, XSD), stylesheets (XSL) and instance documents (WSDL). User can use XRR to obtain an XML artifact automatically, search or browse for an XML artifact, deposit an XML artifact with or without related data, and register an XML artifact without deposit.
XML Schema Quality Checker is a program which takes as input an XML Schema written in the W3C XML schema language and diagnoses improper uses of the schema language. Where the appropriate action to correct the schema is not obvious, the diagnostic message may include a suggestion about how to make the fix. For Schemas which are composed of numerous schema documents connected via or element information items, a full schema-wide checking is performed. The tool can also be run in batch mode to quality check multiple XML schemas in a single run.
XML Converter unites data from ODBC, MS SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL databases, or from MS Office files into XML documents. It gives you the ability to predefine XML transformation template scenario to create an XML with your particular multilevel tagged tree structure from your specially formatted data source. It generates documents that contain the OLE DB or ODBC data merged into the original XML. Using XML Converter allows you to create XML documents with the same data as your original ODBC data source, MS SQL Server, Oracle DB, Microsoft Excel workbook, Microsoft Access database, Word document, or text file. The resulting XML document will be built in strong compliance with XSL specifications. Converter features XML output in four interface pages: XML View, XML Tree, XML Grid, and XML Script. Tool has a special 'Micros' interface. The Micros are conversion executable modules that give you ability to customize your final XML output.
This program compares XML files. It provides several options for comprehensive comparison. Reloading files after changing any options is not necessary. The ExamXML can compare data from sources of many types, such as SQL servers and CSV files. After comparisons there are possibilities to synchronize elements, insert one element into opposite a tree and replace elements. During loading from an SQL server, the program converts data into XML.
This program can save differences between files and merge XML files. Color highlighting shows the changes so that you can view which attributes and elements have been added, modified or deleted.
Documents and differences between several files are displayed in a visual tree. The program validates XML documents against DTD/XML schema while loading the file. It also offers drag-and-drop support. ExamXML displays the XML element in a separate window, highlighting differences down to the level of elements, words or attributes. It can open XML files with external application, and normalize dates and numeric fields. Digital fields can be rounded, and date or time portions can be omitted at normalization.