Re: Syntax-driven editing (was RE: DTD formal syntax)
----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Brennan" <Michael_Brennan@A...> > I believe XMLSpy has an API for developing custom forms. Have you > investigated that? XMetal has similar support, I believe. I haven't > investigated these in any depth myself, but I plan to do so because I have > interest in developing custom UIs for editing XML. I'm more interested in > XML Schema than DTDs myself, though, because we need the data-typing support > and are using XML for data rather than documents, at present. > When I worked with the evaluation copy of XMLSpy I did not notice an API for custom forms, but perhaps I missed it. I will take another look. That would be very much what I am looking for. And if they do provide UI APIs, that should be of interest to you, since as far as I can tell XMLSpy is tracking XML Schema. Jim
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