XSLT Editor

The XSLT Editor in oXygen is the favorite choice of XSLT developers everywhere. With oXygen XSLT Editor, you can easily create, edit, test, and validate XSLT documents.
XSLT Editor

The powerful Content Completion Assistant proposes the elements, attributes, attribute values specific for XSLT, and the elements from the target document. You can configure transformation scenarios to run the XSLT you are creating. Also, oXygen supports all W3C XSLT versions (1.0, 2.0, and 3.0).

  • Stylesheets Editing Support
    Editing XSLT stylesheets in oXygen is facilitated by the Content Completion Assistant, the XSLT components Outline view, and the XSLT/XQuery Input document view.
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    Stylesheets Editing Support
  • Validating XSLT Stylesheets
    oXygen offers enhanced XSLT validation abilities with the support of multiple XSLT processors, as-you-type validation, and batch validation.
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    Validating XSLT Stylesheets
  • XSLT Transformation
    With oXygen, you benefit from ready-to-use transformation scenarios, the most common Java XSLT engines, and support for previewing transformation results.
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    XSLT Transformation
  • Quick Assist and Quick Fix Support
    The Quick Assist and Quick Fix support improve the way you edit XSLT stylesheets. They offer support to reorganize your stylesheets, offering context-sensitive refactoring actions, rename and search actions, and provide quick fixes to validation errors.
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    XSLT Search and Refactoring
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