XML Spy 4 enters second beta phase
17:46, 29 Jul 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

The second beta of XML Spy Suite 4.0 is available for testing, including support for the W3C XML Schema Recommendation.

XML Spy has evolved from an editor into an integrated XML development environment, now supporting XML Schema and XSLT creation as well as XML editing. New features in the second beta release include:

  • W3C XML Schema REC support
  • Conversion from Schema CR schemas to the final REC version, and conversion from DTDs, XDR, BizTalk schemas..
  • Autogeneration of schema from relational databases, import/export from database sources.
  • Office XP-style user interface
  • Plug-in extensibility architecture

XML Spy now includes a document editing framework, allowing word-processor like graphical editing and creation of content. In the 4.0b2 this editor is now available as a browser plugin, allowing deployment over the web. The editing framework also includes a graphical XSLT designer tool.

XML Spy is commercial software, available for the Windows platform. More information on participating in the beta program can be obtained from XML Spy's web site.

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Re: XML Spy 4 enters second beta phase (Alexander R Barwick - 14:13, 30 Jul 2001)
Hi Dan,


1) to access the document editor (the msg comes up that there is no Docu ...
Re: XML Spy 4 enters second beta phase (Dan Glickman - 01:30, 30 Jul 2001)
It might be my oversight, but I've looked everywhere in the D/Led 4.0b2 and not been able:

1) to ...
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