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(Deleted User) Subject: Schema Editing
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 23 Apr 2008 05:13 AM
After a long time of using your product I still find myself turning to XML Spy to edit schemas. Is there any way you could restructure your tool to allow better schema editing. The main issue is that your diagrams seem to be very 'clunky' and difficult to navigate where the XML Spy diagrams seem to be sparse yet easy to use.

The main difference is the way typing information is shown. In Spy this is a background thing and the element and attribute info is the thing that is shown in foreground. In your tool the complex type stuff gets mixed up with the element and attribute stuff and it just seems less intuitive to see what will be produced.

BTW I do use your tool for WSDL editing as the create example from within the WSDL is useful.


Alberto MassariSubject: Schema Editing
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 28 Apr 2008 02:35 PM
Hi Martin,
have you tried the "simplified view"?


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