[oXygen-user] Oxygen with saxon, using com.saxonica.Validate
Tue Aug 17 04:13:51 CDT 2010
If you already have a Saxon-EE license then copy the saxon-license.lic
file next to the saxon9ee.jar. In Oxygen this jar is located in
Then from the command line execute:
java -cp "path\to\saxon\saxon9ee.jar" com.saxonica.Validate
The schema component model will be serialized to model.xml.
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Casey Jordan wrote:
> Thanks, but I have my own license of Saxon-EE.
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 6:21 PM, George Cristian Bina
>> Dear Casey,
>> oXygen includes a license for Saxon-EE to be use from within oXygen only
>> (note that Saxon-EE costs more that oXygen).
>> We can offer full Saxon-EE licenses to oXygen users at a discounted price,
>> 25% off the list price, making that basically a kind of upgrade, from the
>> inside oXygen only license to the full Saxon-EE license.
>> Best Regards,
>> George Cristian Bina
>> <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
>> On 8/16/10 6:42 PM, Casey Jordan wrote:
>>> This might be a little outside the realm of oxygen's expertise, but does
>>> anyone know how to use saxon bundled with oxygen to output the content
>>> of a DITA schema?
>>> I have tried running things like: java -cp "path to saxon"
>>> com.saxonica.Validate -scmout -s:"path-to-schema"
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