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Oxygen XML Editor 8.2

May 7, 2007

Native XML Database Support

ISO Schematron Support

Editing ISO Schematron Schemas   [read more...]

Oxygen has a Schematron editor that analyzes the namespace and automatically detects if the edited Schematron schema is ISO Schematron. It offers continuous validation as well as a Content Completion Assistant with suggestions for the ISO Schematron elements, attributes, and values.

Editing Support for Embedded ISO Schematron Rules in XML Schema   [read more...]

When editing XML Schemas, Oxygen offers proposals, using the Content Completion Assistant, inside xs:annotation and xs:appinfo ISO Schematron. This makes Schematron embedded rules easier to edit.

Validating XML Documents Against ISO Schematron   [read more...]

Oxygen supports validation against ISO Schematron schemas, including validation on request, continuous validation, and batch validation.

Validating XML Document Against ISO Schematron Embedded Rules   [read more...]

ISO Schematron rules can be embedded in other schemas. Oxygen offers validation against ISO Schematron rules embedded in Relax NG schemas or XML Schema.

Support for Abstract Patterns and Included ISO Schematron Schemas   [read more...]

Oxygen also supports ISO Schematron schemas that contain abstract patterns or references to other ISO Schematron files through sch:include.

Validation

Validation Scenarios   [read more...]

The Oxygen Validation Scenarios are very powerful and solve numerous important issues when working with XML markup and XML-related technologies. They also allow you to work with modules and perform multiple validations with one action.

By default, the validation of a document is done by using a processor (XML parser, XSLT transformer, XQuery engine, etc.) to analyze the current file. The validation scenario allows you to specify a set of files to validate, the processor to use for each file, and whether or not to perform continuous validation. When working with a module, you can perform the validation on the Master File (the file that references that module) and you can also perform multiple validations on various files or with various processors.

Editor Improvements

Multi-Line Find/Replace   [read more...]

The Find/Replace is enhanced with multi-line capabilities. Both the find and the replace expressions can cover multiple lines of the document. Along with the regular expressions and XPath filtering support, this allows powerful changes to be applied on the document content.

Pretty-Print

Pretty-Print for HTML Documents Handles Scripts and Styles   [read more...]

HTML documents often contain scripting and style information. However, the format and indent operations that apply to HTML text content is not suitable for formatting scripts and CSS styles. Oxygen detects these sections and automatically pretty-prints the embedded JavaScript and CSS sections by using JavaScript and CSS formatting options.

Component Updates