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Subject: [xsl] Re: XML / XSL Editors
From: António Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 16:59:51 +0000

Up to now i just tryed XMLSpy and Oxygen. I realy liked the
"Authentic" view of XMLSpy, specially for the non-xml experts
introducing data.

Oxygen "TreeView" seems to me a little complicated to use, but it
gives a general perspective of the document, that is good. Too bad it
hasn't a "form view" to enter data.

Also, i had a look at Relax NG but didn't understand what it is. It
seems a alternative to Schema? A replacement for DTD? However it's not
a W3C standard, or is it?

Last, someone off the list point me to XMLEditor from Cladonia
http://www.cladonia.com/index.htm does anybody know this?

I'm going to begin tests with my "real scenario", until now i was
playing with the examples.

Thanks all.

On Tue, 4 Jan 2005 16:51:36 +0000, Antsnio Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> So here it is the question: My boss wants me to evaluate a XML / XSL
> Editor in order to aquire some licenses
> We want to define some XML strucutures, with nested nodes (recursive
> was the word my boss used but i don't think it's correct).
> We need to enforce some list of possible values on some nodes, both on
> creation and edition.
> We want to edit(insert) / visualize the XML in a tree-like (hierarqly)
> view. We want to copy&paste or move chunks of nodes alongside the
> nested tree.
> The insertion/editing should be in a "form-like" manner, with
> conboboxes to the "constrainted" nodes.
> Since you have a lot of info on mdb database, some kind of mapping
> would be good, but it's not mandatory. Also, in XSLT processing i'll
> acess many data that probably remain in db.
> Since for our next projects were bounded to XSL 1.0, there's no need
> to 2.0 support, but i would very like to have it.

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