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Oxygen XML Editor 5.0

Related Versions: 5.05.1

October 15, 2004

XSLT 2.0 Editor and Debugger

Oxygen provides complete XSLT 2.0 support including editing, validating and debugging XSLT 2.0 stylesheets as well as transforming XML documents using XSLT 2.0 stylesheets. Editing XSLT 2.0 stylesheets with Oxygen is easy because each presented XSLT 2.0 element or attribute in the Content Completion Assistant is accompanied by a short documentation. The XSLT 2.0 debugger has all the debugging features including mapping from the transformation output result to the document and stylesheet locations that produced that output. Both Saxon 8.1B and Saxon 8.1SA are supported for validation and transformations.

Mapping from the Output Results to Stylesheet and Source Locations

This answers the question: What part of the stylesheet generated this output and what was the current selected node in the source? Just click on the output and the corresponding stylesheet and document locations will be highlighted. This feature is available for Xalan 2.5.1, Saxon 6.5.5 (for XSLT 1.0) and Saxon 8.1B (for XSLT 2.0) in the XSLT Debugger perspective.

XPath 2.0 Evaluator

The XPath 1.0 support was enhanced to allow evaluation of XPath 2.0 expressions.

XQuery 1.0 Editor

The XQuery Editor provides syntax coloring and content completion assistance for XQuery keywords, functions and operators. It features validation and transformation support. The transformations can be configured using transformation scenarios similar with the ones for XSLT.

Dynamic Content Completion Support for XSLT Editing

Oxygen will detect information previously entered in the stylesheet document and will use that for offering content completion assistance. For instance, it will detect current template/@mode values and will offer them when a new template/@mode attribute is added.

WSDL Editor and SOAP Analyzer

With Oxygen 5.0 you can edit, validate and test WSDL documents. While editing the Web-Services descriptors you can check their conformance to the WSDL and SOAP schema. After defining the descriptor you can check it to see if the defined messages are accepted by the Web Services server. Oxygen is providing two ways of testing, one for the currently edited WSDL file and other for the remote WSDL files that are published on a web server. The editor will generate the skeleton for the request. You can edit the request, eventually attach files to it and send it to the server then watch the server response in the response area.

Support for DTD Comments as Annotations

Oxygen XML Editor supports DTD comments as annotations together with XML Schema annotations. Oxygen will extract either all the comments before an element declaration or comments labeled with "doc:" and use that as documentation in the Model view and in the pop-up next to the content completion proposals.

Annotated DTD

The DTD for DocBook, XHTML and Formatting Objects from the distribution kit contain annotations for elements allowing instant help when editing.

Latest DocBook DTD and Stylesheets

Oxygen XML Editor now includes support for the latest version of DocBook DTD and stylesheets. It also bundles DocBook DTD 4.3 and DocBook XSL 1.62.1.

Default Scenarios for DocBook and TEI

DocBook and TEI documents can be converted to HTML and PDF without the need to configure anything, just select the corresponding scenario from the default scenarios: DocBook HTML, DocBook PDF, TEI HTML and TEI PDF.

SVG Viewer

Oxygen XML Editor adds SVG support by using the Batik package. You may use the Standalone SVG viewer to browse and open any SVG file. The Preview Result pane can render the result of an XSL transformation that generates SVG documents.

XML Refactoring - Rename Element

The rename element action offers the possibility of renaming the current element, the current element and the siblings that have the same name with the current element or all the elements in the document that have the same name with the current element.

XML Refactoring - Split Element

Split element action has the result of splitting the content of the current element at cursor position in two identical elements.

XML Refactoring - Join Elements

Join elements is the opposite of the split element action. It combines the content of two identical elements into one element.

Project Enhancements

The Project view supports drag-and-drop editing, this means that the project tree can be customised very easily using the mouse only. Actions have been added for refreshing the project and linked folders, opening the selected files with the system application and deleting the files/folders.

Batch Validate with External Schema

The project selected files can be validated against a specified schema W3C or Relax NG schema.

Generate Element Content on Content Completion Proposals

The generation of element content has been relaxed to allow generation of optional content and to follow first choice models options.

Enhanced Support for XSD-Driven Content Completion Assistance

The Content Completion Assistant handles list and union type values and presents the annotation documentation for the selected value in a pop-up next to the Content Completion Assistant.

Enhanced Support for Relax NG-Driven Content Completion Assistant

The Content Completion Assistant now handles anyName and nsName models, and it is much faster than in previous versions.

Dynamic Content Completion Support for XML Schema Editing

Oxygen will detect information previously entered in the schema document and will use that for offering content completion assistance. This covers all the schema components such as element names, type names, notation names and group names. Also the Content Completion Assistant displays the built-in schema types.

Present Root Element Annotations on the New XML Dialog Box

When creating a new XML document based on an XML Schema or on a DTD the annotation for the selected root element will be presented.

Editor Variables in the Parameter Values for Transformations

Editor variables can be used to specify the XSLT parameters values. Supported variables are: ${home} - user home folder, ${cfd} - current file directory, ${cfdu} - current file directory URL and ${cfn} - current file name.

External Tools Editor Variables for Debugger Selected Files

When configuring external tools two additional variables are available: ${dbgXML} and ${dbgXSL} that will be resolved to the current selected files in the XSLT Debugger perspective as XML and XSLT sources respectively.

XPath Evaluation on XSLT Documents

By default when editing an XSLT stylesheet the XPath expressions are applied on the XML document configured in the current selected transformation scenario. It is now possible to specify that the XPath expressions should be applied on the XSLT documents themselves to allow XPath searches.

CSS Editor

Oxygen offers a CSS editor with support for syntax coloring, formatting and validation.

JavaScript Editor

Oxygen offers a JavaScript editor with support for syntax coloring.

Highlight the Current Line

While editing the line where the cursor is located is highlighted. The color of the highlighted line can be customised from the Preferences dialog box.