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Oxygen XML Developer 15.2

January 22, 2014

Version 15.2 of Oxygen XML Developer improves the support for developing Schematron and XML Schema schemas, adds support for working with modules to the Eclipse plugin and keeps updates many components to their latest versions.

There are changes in:

Editing Schematron Schemas

Improved Schematron Validation and Accurate Error Locations

Validating Schematron schemas is a complex process that involves multiple steps, thus it is not easy to trace errors that can appear at later stages in this complex process back to the initial schema files. Oxygen improved the error checking by validating the entire schema hierarchy, resolving included schemas and it is the only XML editor that can locate the errors from any processing stage, including errors in the XPath expressions, highlighting them in the editing area.
Editing Schematron Schemas

The Content Completion Assistant Proposes Components from the Schema Hierarchy

The Content Completion Assistant proposes Schematron components in accordance with the editing context, collected from the entire schema hierarchy. For example, when you edit the active pattern of a phase, the Content Completion Assistant displays all the defined patterns, even if these are defined in an included schema.

Editing Schematron Modules in Master Files Context

The Master Files support allows Oxygen to provide better support when working with modules that are referenced from the defined Master Files. This support includes not only Schematron schemas, Oxygen allowing to easily determine the Master Files (top level Schematron files) from a set of files. Once defined the Schematron Master Files allow you to edit a Schematron module in context, improves validation, content completion assistance, provides the scope for search and refactoring actions, updating references of moved or renamed resources.

Hierarchy/Dependencies View

The relationships between Schematron modules can be viewed and analyzed with the help of the Hierarchy/Dependencies view.

Renaming or Moving a Schematron Module Updates Its References

When you rename or move a Schematron resource, Oxygen automatically updates the references to that module. The changes about to be made can be reviewed in the Preview dialog box.

Search and Refactoring Actions for Schematron Components

Oxygen allows you to search and modify the names of Schematron components such as patterns, phases or diagnostics, the change being applied in all places where those components are referenced. When the cursor is placed within a Schematron component, that component declaration and its references are highlighted in the editor and location markers are displayed in the overview ruler at the right of the editor. You can navigate to the declaration of a component using the CTRL/CMD + Click navigation feature - holding the CTRL (CMD on Mac) the component names become links that can be clicked to navigate to the components definitions.
Search and Refactoring Actions for Schematron Components

Handle Subject Attribute

The default location for an error reported when a Schematron check fails is the context of the Schematron rule that contains that check. However, sometimes that context is different than the actual error location and Schematron provides a way to point to the actual location of the issue, through the subject attribute that specifies an XPath relative to the context node. Oxygen takes into account the subject attribute available on Schematron assert or report elements when the location of the Schematron message is computed.

Custom Schematron Code Templates

Code templates or abbreviations allow you to type a short name and expand that to a code fragment. Schematron specific code templates covering the most frequent code fragments were added so you can take immediate advantage of this functionality to quickly enter Schematron constructs. The templates are displayed by the Content Completion Assistant where you can see the list of specific Schematron code templates, filter them by typing a prefix and select them to get the expanded code fragments.
Custom Schematron Code Templates

Default Validation Scenarios for XML Schema or Relax NG with Embedded Schematron Rules

When you work with XML Schema or Relax NG documents that have embedded Schematron rules, Oxygen provides two built-in validation scenarios: 'Validate XML Schema with embedded Schematron' for XML schema, and 'Validate Relax NG with embedded Schematron' for Relax NG. You can use one of these scenarios to validate also the embedded Schematron rules.

Custom Icons for Schematron Outline

The Outline view helps you find Schematron components easily by decorating them with distinct icons.
Custom Icons for Schematron Outline

XML Schema

Control the XML Schema Version at XML Schema Document Level

Now that XML Schema 1.1 is a W3C Recommendation, people started to use both XML Schema version 1.0 and XML Schema version 1.1. While Oxygen provides a default XML Schema version as an option it is useful to be able to control also what version will be used for each XML Schema file. Oxygen 15.2 supports the use of vc:minVersion and vc:maxVersion attributes on the schema root element, allowing you to set the XML Schema version for that XML Schema document. New document templates are also provided so you can easily create XML Schema 1.0 or XML Schema 1.1 documents.
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Control the XML Schema Version at XML Schema Document Level

Flatten XML Schema

The Flatten Schema operation allows you to flatten an entire hierarchy of XML schemas. Starting with the main XML schema, Oxygen calculates the schema hierarchy by processing the "xs:include" and "xs:import" statements and then it generates one schema file for each different namespace.
Flatten XML Schema

Text Mode

Refactoring Highlighted Content

You can easily manage the occurrences of the text found through executing an XPath expression or a find operation, using actions that act on all highlights. You have the option to remove all highlighted content, modify, or surround the content with a specific tag.

CMS Integration and Connectivity

Accessing Microsoft Office 365 Documents

You can access documents stored on a SharePoint site from your Office 365 account using the "Open URL" action from Oxygen.
CMS Integration and Connectivity

MarkLogic Support

MarkLogic 7

Oxygen offers support for MarkLogic 7.

Eclipse Plugin

Master Files Support in the Eclipse Plugin

To deal with difficult tasks developers split complex files into multiple modules. Sometimes these modules taken as standalone files are invalid and to be able to work with them you need to take into account the entry point, the Master File that includes the modules. Oxygen allows defining the entry points or Master Files and automatically provides support for editing modules referenced from those Master Files. Starting with version 15.2, the Oxygen Eclipse plugin offers full support to work with modular XML, XSLT, XML Schema, WSDL, Schematron and Relax NG files, providing module editing, validation, search and refactoring actions, modules connections overview, etc., (all of these in the context of the defined Master Files).

Syncro SVN Client

Component Updates

Other

Extended API

A detailed list of all changes to the Java API can be found here.