But unless you are really drawn in it, you are hardly to be an expert in all of the innumerable XML standards out there. You may know that XSD allows you to specify the schema of an XML file that is a data container. XMLFox offers free and graphical answers to that question.
XMLFox is an XML editing and validation tool for creating valid, well-formed XML documents and/or XSD Schema.
The right pane shows the XML of the schema, or of an XML file being validated by the schema.
You can edit in either pane, and have the results picked up by the other.
The smart context sensitive editing saves time and guarantees a minimum number of validation errors.
XML developers can use XMLFox for authoring XSD schemas and for creating the XSL stylesheets needed for the presentation layer.
I am writing a service that reads a string of comma delimited values (and their labels) from memory and packages them into an XML file to send.
An associated XSD file is being generated by the data owner with each XML structure. Our rules engine's XSD does not marry our XML out.
XMLFox is the tool for beginners to XSD schema (XML Schema Definition) as well as for professionals.
XML documents can be created and validated against XSD user defined schema.
Additional features include XML and Schema Validation, standard editing features, XSD Schema building and more.