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Oxygen XML Editor 6.0

Related Versions: 6.06.16.2

May 22, 2005

Visual Schema Text Editor   [read more...]

Oxygen offers a side-by-side presentation of the schema source and diagram. The diagram is synchronized in real time with the source editor. Selecting an element in the diagram highlights the corresponding element in the source editor, while moving the cursor in the source editor changes the selection in the diagram view.

The schema diagram renders all the XML Schema components and allows you to quickly navigate to the referenced definitions (elements, attributes, types, groups, etc.)

Two types of visual diagrams are available for a schema:

The Visual Schema Editor is integrated in the Oxygen standalone distribution and the Eclipse IDE plugin. It is activated when opening an XSD (XML Schema) file.

Oxygen Compare and Merge Tools   [read more...]

Oxygen provides a simple means of performing file and folder comparisons. The complete XML diff and merge solution offers directory, file, 3-way, and XML fragment comparisons, six different algorithms, and multiple levels of comparison.

XML Digital Signature and XML Canonicalization   [read more...]

Oxygen includes a tool for creating and checking digital signatures for both enveloped and detached signatures. The enveloped signatures are stored in the signed document, while the detached ones are stored in a separate file.

A digital signature is a requirement when exchanging information on an untrusted network. Since XML is used for content storage, it is important to be able to digitally sign the XML files or messages.

It is also possible to transform an XML document into the canonical form, save it, and then use another signing tool if you do not have a certificate that can be converted to the supported formats.

XML Schema Content Completion Assistant Shows Possible Values for xsi:type

The content completion support based on XML Schema determines the type of an element, and all the types that are derived from it, and presents their qualified names (resolved in the current context) as possible values for the xsi:type attribute.

Validate on Save Option

When setting this option (Preferences / Editor / Save / Check for errors) the editor will try to validate the modified documents before they are saved. If the document is invalid you are asked if you want to proceed saving it or if you want to cancel the save operation.

Check for IDREFS Option for Relax NG

The check for IDREFS in Relax NG is now configurable. You can set the parser to take into account the IDs from the document or to ignore them.

The Validation Against RelaxNG Supports XInclude

XInclude can be used to compose large documents validated against RelaxNG schemas.

Check for RelaxNG Valid Documents

Oxygen adds an option for checking if documents can become valid according with a Relax NG schema by completing missing markup, that is if it can be transformed in a valid document only by adding elements and attributes without deleting anything.

XPath Proxy/Namespace Mappings

You can define some mappings between proxies and namespaces that will be used by the XPath evaluator.

Obtain the XPath Expression that Selects the Current Element

A Copy XPath contextual action was added to easily get the XPath expression that selects the current element. You can paste it in the XPath evaluator and edit it further.

Improved Find/Replace

An XPath filter has been added to the Find/Replace dialog box. This allows you to perform searches or replacements only in the nodes that are included in the XPath result. It is also possible to change the direction of the search.

Action for Inserting External Entities

For people who use modular DocBook the management of entity references can become very time consuming, especially when the number of XML files is high and even more so when they are managed in a folder structure. Oxygen provides a way of selecting the files that represent the external entities and generate a DTD subset declaring the entities.

Conversion Between Characters and Entities

You can convert a section of text to character entities, or convert a section composed of character entities back to text.

Format and Indent the Current Element Action

You can select an element and correct its indentation. This is useful when you do not want to alter the indentation of other elements in the document.

Drag-and-Drop Editing

It is possible to select the text from the editor and then drag it to another location in the document. This is faster than using the cut and paste actions.

Editing History

This is an quick way of navigating to the changes locations in the document and to the areas that were selected. Each time you modify the document or you select some region of it the editor keeps track of that position. The buttons for moving forward and backward through the history are located on the main toolbar.

Integrated the Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor: Saxon 8.4

Oxygen contains the latest version of the Basic Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor from Saxonica Limited. and it has ready-to-use support for the Schema Aware version.

Updated DocBook Framework

Oxygen includes the DocBook DTD version 4.4 and the DocBook XSL stylesheets version 1.68.1.

Support for Saxon.NET

The Saxon.NET XSLT 2.0 processor can be used as an XSLT processor for XSLT transformations from within Oxygen.

FXSL Library is Included in Frameworks

FXSL - the Functional Programming Library for XSLT created by Dimitre Novatchev is included in the Oxygen 6.0 distribution under frameworks. This offers you a lot of XSLT stylesheets that are ready to be imported in user stylesheets, to give you access to a lot of additional functionality. One of the most impressive examples is spell checking implemented in XSLT.