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Oxygen XML Editor 8.0

Related Versions: 8.08.18.2

November 20, 2006

Editor Capabilities

XML Grid Editor   [read more...]

The OxygenGrid editing mode allows you to edit repetitive XML content in a special layout that is similar to a spreadsheet application, without the need to interact with markup.

Accurate XML Error Reporting

Many of the XML Schema and DTD-related errors are reported with accurate location information. For instance, an error referencing to the invalid value of an attribute will highlight exactly that value in the text.

Accurate XPath Result Elements Locations

Selecting a result of an XPath query highlights the XML source region corresponding exactly to the result element.

Configurable Initial Directory of the File Open Dialog Box

The initial directory of the File Open dialog box can be either the directory of the last opened file or the directory of the current edited file.

Associate XSLT Stylesheet Action

This action allows you to insert an xml-stylesheet processing instruction in the current XML document to associate it with an XSLT stylesheet. Many of the web browsers have XSLT support and can perform the XSLT transformation and display the result.

Open in Browser Action

This action opens the current document with the application configured as default browser.

Improved Support for Schemas with Embedded Schematron Rules

You can associate the edited document with an XML Schema or Relax NG schema having embedded Schematron rules in one step.

Preserve the Line Separator

This option is useful when you are editing files originating from different operating systems and you need to preserve their line separator.

Improved Database Support

Database Perspective   [read more...]

Using the Database perspective, you can browse tables or collections from databases, execute XQuery or SQL queries, inspect or modify data, and specify XML Schemas for the XML fields and collections.

Using the Database perspective, you can browse tables or collections from databases, execute XQuery or SQL queries, inspect or modify data, and specify XML Schemas for the XML fields and collections.

The database support includes many of the popular servers, operating either as native XML storage (Documentum xDB-X-Hive/DB, MarkLogic, eXist, Berkeley) or mixed, as relational and XML at the same time (DB2, SQLServer, Oracle).

Support for Berkeley DB XML   [read more...]

The support for Berkeley DB XML includes resource management, resource editing, and XQuery. See configuration details.

IBM DB2 XML SupportAvailable only in the Enterprise edition   [read more...]

The support for IBM DB2 Pure XML database includes: multiple server connections, resource management, XML Schema registration, XQuery and SQL execution, and table data editing.

eXist Support   [read more...]

The support for eXist database includes multiple server connections, XQuery execution, resource management, and editing.

MarkLogic SupportAvailable only in the Enterprise edition   [read more...]

The support for MarkLogic XML database includes multiple server connections, XQuery execution and debugging, resource management, and editing through WebDAV.

Support for Microsoft SQLServer   [read more...]

The support for Microsoft SQLServer database includes multiple server connections, resource management, XML Schema registration, XQuery and SQL execution, and table data editing. See configuration details.

Support for Oracle   [read more...]

The support for Oracle database includes multiple server connections, resource management, XML Schema registration, XQuery and SQL execution, and table data editing. See configuration details.

Support for Documentum xDB (X-Hive/DB) XML Database   [read more...]

The support for Documentum xDB (X-Hive/DB) XML Database includes multiple server connections, resource management, and resource editing. See configuration details.

Transformation and XSLT/XPath

Flexible Input Configuration for Transformation Scenarios

You can specify both the transformation XML source and the stylesheet locations, it is not required anymore for the edited document to be one of the transformation XML source or stylesheet. This allows editing a module and invoking a transformation on the Master Files.

Project Level Transformation Scenarios

The transformation scenarios can be stored in the project file. This simplifies the scenario management by attaching only the relevant scenarios to a project. Furthermore, you can pass over to your teammates a set of pre-configured project scenarios.

Validation Engine Detection for XSLT and XQuery

The edited XQuery or XSL file is validated using the engine specified in the transformation scenario. If no transformation scenario is defined then the default validation engine from the options is used.

Open Transformation Result in Editor

An option was added to the transformation scenario to allow opening the transformation result in Oxygen.

XSLT/XPath Function Signature/Arguments Helper

Oxygen helps editing complex XPath expressions by presenting a tooltip with the function signature above the function name and highlighting the current argument. This support is available when editing expressions in the XPath Toolbar and the XPath Builder, and also when editing XSL stylesheets and XQuery files.

Subversion Client

Open a File or Folder from the Project into the SVN Client

The SVN Client automatically checks the status of the selected resource allowing you to immediately commit or update it.

Compare Images in the SVN Client

You can compare side by side different revisions of image files.

Support for Creating SVN Patches

You can create patches in the unified diff format between two revisions or between your working copy and a revision.

Filters for the SVN Working Copy

You can choose to hide from the Working Copy file browser the files that are ignored or scheduled for deletion.

Schema Support

NVDL Editor

You can edit Namespace-based Validation Dispatching Language scripts taking advantage of continuous validation support and context-sensitive content completion assistance.

Validation Against NVDL Scripts

Oxygen has built-in, ready-to-use NVDL support. It includes oNVDL - an NVDL implementation, allowing the validation of XML documents against NVDL scripts. The support includes validation on demand, continuous validation, validation with external schema, and batch validation from the project.

Content Completion Assistant Based on NVDL Scripts

The Content Completion Assistant is able to use an NVDL script to offer proposals. This makes it possible to edit documents with complex structures that contain multiple languages defined by different schemas (for instance, XHTML with embedded XForms).

Mapping from XML Schema Logical Diagram to Text

It is possible to locate in the source the definition of a component presented in the logical diagram. This action is available in the contextual menu or by double-clicking the diagram component.

Enable/Disable Schema Diagram and Related Views

You can change the Oxygen schema editing layout by choosing to hide or to show the schema diagram and the Schema Components view.

Project

Project Level Options   [read more...]

You can specify almost all of the Oxygen settings at project level. This makes it possible to share XML Catalogs settings, transformation scenarios, formatting options, validation options, or editor layouts along with the project.

Component Updates

Updated the Xerces-J Parser to Version 2.8.1

The Xerces-J XML parser was updated to the latest version: 2.8.1.

Updated Saxon8B from Saxonica to Version 8.8

Saxon 8B XSLT/XQuery processor was updated to the latest version: 8.8. Oxygen supports also the Saxon8SA 8.8 processor (that requires a separate license from Saxonica).

Added the DocBook 5.0 RELAX NG Schemas

The DocBook 5.0 RELAX NG schemas were added to the Oxygen distribution.

Updated the TEI Framework

Oxygen contains the latest schemas for TEI: P4 2004-07 and P5 2006-10. The TEI XSL stylesheets were also updated to version 5.4.18.

Other

Support for the Secure FTP (SFTP) Protocol

Oxygen can browse, open and save documents using the Secure FTP (SFTP) protocol.

Better Integration of the XML Instance Generator

The XML Instance Generator tool can be started directly from the XML Schema diagram with preconfigured parameters, based on the selected element.