Oxygen XML Editor
<oXygen/> XML editor covers all the today's XML
technologies offering support for any XML document, working with XML Schemas, DTDs, Relax NG schemas and NRL Schemas. The powerful transformation support allows you not only to edit XSLT and XSL-FO documents
but also to obtain documents in the desired output format like HTML, PS, PDF, etc. with just one click.
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Different perspectives: XML Source Editor, XSLT Debugger, XQuery Debugger, XML Databases, Tree Viewer/Editor.
Edit with ease XML documents consisting of repetitive patterns using the spreadsheet-like XML Grid Editor.
Browse, edit or query
using XQuery and SQL native XML or relational databases.
Management support for the relational databases: Oracle 10g R2, IBM DB2 Pure XML, Microsoft SQLServer 2005.
Management support for the XML Databases: Tamino, XHive, MarkLogic, TigerLogic, eXist, Berkeley XML DB.
Schema annotations/DTD comments presented next to the content completion proposals.
Share any of the <oXygen/> options together with the project.
Manage and share transformation scenarios together with the project.
<oXygen/> makes available an open source NVDL implementation,
oNVDL based on Jing.
<oXygen/> provides editing and validation support for NVDL scripts and for XML documents associated with NVDL scripts.
Edit and validate support for XML Schema (visual diagram), Relax NG (visual diagram), NVDL scripts, DTD, Schematron.
Available as standalone
desktop or Java Web Start application, or as an Eclipse plugin.
Multiple validation engines: Xerces, XSV, LIBXML, MSXML 4.0, MSXML.NET, Saxon SA, SQC.
Powerful XSLT search and refactoring actions working across multiple files.
Conversions from DTD, Relax NG or a set of documents to XML Schema,
DTD or Relax NG.
XSLT 1.0 and XSLT 2.0 editing, validation, transformation, debugging and profiling support.
Validate XML documents
with XML Schemas, Relax NG, DTD, NRL and Schematron schema or embedded Schematron rules.
The best content completion support offering elements, attributes, values
(handling ID references, enumerations and list values).
You can examine and merge differences between XML documents using the built-in XML Diff and Merge tool.
XPath 1.0 and XPath 2.0 evaluator and XPath content completion support.
Context sensitive content assistant driven by XML Schema, Relax NG, DTD
or by the document structure.
Multiple XSLT processors: Xalan 2.7.0, Saxon 6.5.5, Saxon 8, XSLTProc, MSXML3.0/4.0/.NET 1.0/2.0.
Batch validation and batch transformations.
Code templates (abbreviations).
Generate HTML documentation from XML Schemas.
XQuery 1.0 editing, validation, transformation debugging and profiling support.
using multiple processors: Xalan 2.7.0, Saxon 6.5.5, Saxon 8 Basic and Schema Aware.
Mapping from the XSLT or XQuery output result to the source and
stylesheet or XQuery file locations.
Tree based Outliner synchronized in real time with the edited document.
Preview the transformation
results as XHTML, XML or in your browser.
FO transformations using embedded Apache's FOP to generate PDF or PS documents.
New XML document wizards to easily create documents specifying a schema or a DTD.
Easy transformation management with reusable scenarios.
Import from relational databases and other sources to XML.
Source folding support with powerful manipulation actions and persistence.
Schema Model View presenting schema information about the current element.
Canonicalization and digital signature of documents.
Support for external Formatting Object Processors.
Format and indent of XML files.
Easy error tracking - locate the error source by clicking on it, visual markers and overview ruler.
Link to the exact location
in the specification for XML Schema errors.
Support for editing remote files over FTP/SFTP, HTTP/WebDAV and HTTPS/WebDAV.
No platform lock-in
, the same license can be used on any platform with any distribution.
Unicode and multi-language support: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese and Dutch.
Find and replace support allows regular expressions, is XML aware and can handle multiple files.
XML Catalog support.
Includes the DocBook and TEI documentation frameworks.
Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Eclipse.
Full-fledged client for the Subversion (SVN) versioning system.
Support for generating large sets of sample XML instances from XML Schema.
WYSIWYG-like XML editor improvements
In place editing for XML attributes with completion support
When visually editing XML documents it is always a challenge to easily edit XML attributes. <oXygen/> XML editor solves this problem by allowing a quick
and easy way with the new in place editing for XML attributes. The in place editing popup can be triggered with a configurable shortcut (by default that is
Alt+Enter). Both XML attribute names and possible values can be quickly selected by typing in a prefix.
The visual Author mode from <oXygen/> XML editor was enhanced with support for bookmarks. These allow quick positioning in large documents and
working in multiple locations of multiple documents.
Transform a DITA Map to PDF and HTML
A new pre-configured scenario was added for the default DITA configuration for transforming a DITA Map document to HTML. The already existing DITA to PDF
scenario can handle now also DITA map files so you can use that to convert a DITA map to PDF.
New editing actions
The following actions are introduced: Remove All Markup (removes all the XML markup from the selected element and keeps the text content), Remove Text
(removes the text content and keeps the XML markup in the selected element), double click in Elements view to surround the current selection with the XML tags of the double clicked element name.
Increase and decrease the font size
The font size of the WYSIWYG-like XML editor can be increased or decreased using CTRL + NumPad+ and CTRL + NumPad- or the CTRL key combined with the mouse wheel.
The CSS property not-foldable-child accepts a list of element names
The custom CSS property not-foldable-child now accepts a list of comma separated element names. When a section is folded in the XML editor visual
Author mode the first child element from the XML document that appears in the list of element names will be identified as the not foldable child and displayed.
Improved HTTP/WebDAV support
WebDAV locking support
You can decide to lock a WebDAV resource when you open it. This ensures that only you can modify that resource on the WebDAV server. If another user tries
to edit a locked resource he will receive a warning message containing the name of the lock owner. The lock is released automatically when the resource is closed.
GZIP compression handling
GZIP compressed content received from a HTTP/WebDAV server is handled correctly. The server is notified when the connection is established that GZIP compressed streams are accepted.
Read proxy server settings from the operating system
A new option is introduced for using the proxy server set in the operating system when making HTTP/WebDAV connections. For example on Windows the
proxy system settings are configured in Control Panel and used automatically in Internet Explorer.
SOAP 1.2 support
The SOAP version is detected from the WSDL definition file and the appropriate headers are set in the SOAP request. The SOAP 1.2 envelope is validated against a SOAP 1.2 XML Schema.
The custom protocol plugin was extended to add resource locking support
The custom protocol plugin facilitates the connection with different repositories like content management systems, <oXygen/> XML editor being
able to browse, edit and save these resources as normal files. The new support allows the custom protocol plugin to manage resource locking to avoid conflicts with other users trying to access the same resources.
Updated TEI P5
<oXygen/> XML editor ships with the latest TEI P5 1.0 schemas.
Updated Saxon XSLT 2.0 processor
Updated the Saxon B XSLT 2.0 processor to the latest version 220.127.116.11. The support for Saxon SA was also updated to support the latest Saxon SA version
18.104.22.168 (note that you need a separate license from Saxonica in order to use Saxon SA).
Updated DITA Open Toolkit
The DITA Open Toolkit was updated in the <oXygen/> XML editor DITA authoring framework to the latest version 1.4.1.
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