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> Can anyone recommend a XML Schema Editor for Windows?



You may also want to take a look at XMLSpy (www.altova.com/products_ide.html).  It's used by many standards bodies to create and publish their reference schemas.  XMLSpy allows you to design XML Schemas graphically in an intuitive way that includes the ability to edit directly in the graphical schema view, show attributes and elements in the schema tree, and edit all advanced constraints with ease - see screen shots here: www.altova.com/features_schema35.html.


In addition, XMLSpy goes way beyond just schema design and gives you the ability to generate complete schema documentation, generate source-code in Java, C++, and C# to do object-xml binding, generate XML schemas from database schemas, and much more.


For a complete overview of how Altova tools can help you work with XML Schema please see  http://www.altova.com/dev_portal_xml_schema.html


Ted Henry

Altova, Inc.



-----Original Message-----
From: Michael J. Pawlowsky [mailto:mikep@clearskymedia.ca]
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2006 11:02 AM
To: XML Developers List
Subject: [xml-dev] Schema Editor


Can anyone recommend a XML Schema Editor for Windows?











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