XML Schema Tools
Generate XML Schema
Stylus Studio® can generate an industry standard W3C XML Schema (or DTD) by correctly inferring an XML data model from an XML instance document. Auto-generating an XML Schema with Stylus Studio® is accomplished by loading any XML document into Stylus Studio®'s XML editor and clicking on the "Schema" tab, located at the bottom of Stylus Studio®'s XML editor as shown here:
If an XML content model (expressed as an XML Schema or DTD) has already been assigned, Stylus Studio® will display the XML document's content model. However, if no XML content model has been assigned, Stylus Studio® will optionally generate an XML Schema (or DTD) for you as illustrated below. For more about the Schema tab, see our section on XML editing views.
Generating an XML Schema (or DTD) is easy: Just type in the file name and click OK. As you can see below, Stylus Studio® correctly infers XML elements, attributes, relationships, compositor models (for example, Optional, Choice, Sequence), data type (xs:integer, xs:string, for example), element references, and so on. Of course you can further refine the generated XML Schema using our powerful XML Schema Editor.
Associating the XML document with an XML Schema
Stylus Studio® inserts the XML code required to associate the XML instance document with
its newly generated XML schema, so that you can easily edit and validate the XML document,
as shown here — notice how in the
Stylus Studio®'s integrated XML Schema generator (and DTD generator) is a powerful, complementary XML Schema utility that further accelerates developing and editing well-formed, valid XML documents — download a free trial today!
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