Freeware XMLFox XML/XSD Editor 5.1.17
Freeware XMLFox XML/XSD Editor - RustemSoft presents Freeware XML editing and validation tool XMLFox is a freeware editor for creating valid well-formed XML documents and/or XSD Schema. Robust XML editing and validation tool XMLFox is a freeware editor for creating valid well-formed XML documents and/or XSD Schema. XMLFox schema editor enables you to easily develop advanced data models expressed in XSD Schema. It is the XML Schema Editor to provide a synchronized split-pane interface that simultaneously shows both a visual XML Schema Diagram and the underlying code, with changes in one pane immediately reflected in the other. XMLFox XML/XSD editor is the Windows based XML tool for authoring, updating, exploring, well-formed ness checking or validating XML documents. XMLFox is an intuitive xml and xml schema(XSD) editor, allows the xml developer to create schemas and show a visual representation of what the xml document will look like for that schema. XMLFox Editor is a delimiter-aware XML data editor with markup-aware cut-and-paste operations, undo, rectangular selection, clear diagnostics and other innovative attractive tools to handle common XML/XSD editing tasks. Visual XML document editor, suited as a lightweight editor for document framework deployments. It features full XSD validation, but doesn't require a XSD (XML Schema Definition). XMLFox includes XML View, XML Tree, XML Grid, and XML Script modes for editing. Features include drag and drop, and extensive find capabilities on text as well as on XML data. XML can be created and validated against XSD schema. 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. It has visual Schema Tree representation that dynamically updates its XSD text. Those that need help in understanding schemas will find the Schema Tree inestimable, and developers maintaining other schemas will save learning time with this XML editor.
List of Changes:
Version 2.02.04 from 2008-07-02
Latest User Reviews:
Sedgh2009 2011-03-27 05:06:54 #
NickV 2010-08-31 00:15:25 #
It has got frosen after I tried to open 9 Mb XML file. After that my PC also has been frozen and I spent time to make it alive. So, to be honest I don't know whether this software good or not as I don't need to perform small XML files.
Raymond Goss 2010-08-28 03:28:56 #
Tool works as described. Collapsing and expanding elements in the tree control was a little cumbersome, but worked for my purposes. Thanks.
Jcm3eqel 2010-07-13 23:00:23 #
Gracias, este programa permite un gran acercamiento al tema xml. Definitivamente de lo mejor y mas facil de usar que he encontrado.
Daglasse 2010-07-12 08:44:59 #
I installed XMLFox in order to create a valid XML Schema that will validate configuration files for a project that I'm working on. It was useful, but the error reporting is too vague and makes it very difficult to locate an offending attribute within the schema definition. It also seems that quite a bit of manual entry must be done for complex types, since there is no way that I've found to add child elements directly through the browser interface. It would also be more useful to be able to specify some source formatting options, like allowing blank lines between element declarations. In the end, I had to abandon using XMLFox, since I was not able to construct the schema I needed with it (it kept spontaneously deleting partially completed elements declarations).
Verde3d 2010-04-16 13:43:15 #
Nice ... a simple yet very useful tool.
Str 2010-03-30 00:06:09 #
I have downloaded it for try because i should convert an xml file produced by AXlSqlTool from Cisco Callmanager 7.1.3 to import to an Ms-Sql database. I am sure that the program works well but my mission was not successfull because of som lines in the xml file placed by the axlsqltool
Collen Kabusong 2010-02-26 00:27:40 #
I have xsd and xml file, I want to extract data from sql server table for xml using xsd and xslt to validate and transformation.
Jrivera 2009-09-21 10:38:20 #
For normal XML files, it does the job quite well, and supports multiple views to suit the user's needs and preferences. However, for files that are recognized by a Windows app (such as Microsoft Word), it tries to get the application to do the handling, which may or may not be what the user needs, and the usefulness of the editor diminishes accordingly. Other than that, great product!
David Milliner 2009-09-15 16:12:04 #
Hi, I downloaded the software as a specific task to see if it contained an xml xsd viewer capability. We receive xml messages and the user would like to be able to look at some of them. Native xml is readable but is not nice. I am looking for a very simple viewer that presents the tag name and the tag value as a simple listing. Testing todate indicates this is not available and I will need to develop a simple generic style sheet to use within word. Thank you for making it possible to download your software so I could use it for investigation.
Info 2009-08-28 04:46:43 #
Not a bad tool, but I downloaded it for working with large XMLs. It does that too slow. However, I didn't find any tool, that works much better.
Amer Golos 2009-08-20 04:26:35 #
I tried to do something about xml file, but your softvare is not solution for my problem.
Sgmunson 2009-07-05 09:15:26 #
Nice editor, but your product appeared based on a Google search for "XML repair", and for the task I was looking to accomplish, it turns out the files are actually SGML, and sx wasn't of any use either, as it assumes a heirarchical structure all the time, when from the point of view of the encapsulated data, the lack of a value was the only thing that indicated a heirarchy, while the presence of a value indicated no lower level in the heirarchy. I'm not familiar enough with SGML to know whether such structure violates the SGML rules either, but then, the data files themselves are Quicken QFX files, and they realized some time ago that if they left their databases in easily readable format, others would quickly make something far better, and then adopted that same concept for the QFX format, just as folks were getting real good at reading QIF files. Shameful behavior, but if I were to pay for a product to do something that should NOT neet to be done in the first place, I'd just be rewarding someone other than Intuit for doing the same shamelessly greedy thing - making it unnecessarily costly to manage fiscal data. I gave up on my search and decided to code my own in VBScript, and I've successfully tested code that outputs XML that I can easily import into my own database. Now all I have to worry about is them changing formats again. At least that will be difficult for them, given the standardization they've now created. Anyway, that's why I can't make use of your product - it can't take the QFX files one can download from a financial institution and turn them into useful XML because of the inherent assumption of heirarchical structure that's likely a part of the SGML standard.
Eugenejflynn 2009-06-07 18:41:40 #
It was a bit too complicated for an amateur like me so I uninstalled it and found another freeware program which fit my limited needs better.
Jim Curtis 2009-05-25 14:25:20 #
Harmen Schut 2009-04-08 04:19:52 #
Did not install.