Validating xml visual studio
The split code/model view keeps in sync as edits are made.The XPath Expression builder is an additional tool window that binds to the active XML editor.By connecting XMLSpy to a Raptor XML Server installed on your network, you can validate huge XML, XBRL, JSON, and Avro jobs, as well as perform XSLT and XQuery execution, at lightning speed – inside XMLSpy.XML is not a full programming language in that it cannot be compiled or executed as a stand-alone binary executable file; rather XML documents must be bound to an external software application or runtime environment such as a business-to-business application or Web service.The XPath expression in the tool window is run against the data in the XML Editor and the results highlighted in real-time.The XPath expression in the tool window supports intellisense based on the content XML Editor, and has tools demonstrating the use of the expression in a number of programming environments.You can then change this request, setting your own values.The web request can then be saved, so it can be re-used later, very useful in a testing and development environment.
These comments can then picked up by other tools, XML Editors, Validators, XSD generated documentation etc.
The WSDL Visual Studio Extension allows WSDL 1.1 and 2.0 documents to be viewed and edited within the Microsoft Visual Studio Environment.
The WSDL file can either be edited via the graphical editor or in the code view.
Avro View in XMLSpy displays the Avro data structures in an easy-to-read tabular format.
The Blocks pane organizes the data into manageable groups can be expanded or collapsed.