Editing NVDL Schemas

Some complex XML documents are composed by combining elements and attributes from different namespaces. More, the schemas that define these namespaces are not even developed in the same schema language. In such cases, it is difficult to specify in the document all the schemas which must be taken into account for validation of the XML document or for content completion. An NVDL (Namespace Validation Definition Language) schema can be used. This schema allows the application to combine and interleave multiple schemas of different types (W3C XML Schema, RELAX NG schema, Schematron schema) in the same XML document.

Oxygen XML Developer provides a special type of editor for NVDL schemas. This editor presents the usual text view of an XML document synchronized in real time with an outline view. The outline view has two display modes: the standard outline mode and the components mode.

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