Alternative to Authentic View

Discussion in 'XML' started by Vitali Gontsharuk, Aug 21, 2005.

  1. Hi!

    We are looking for an alternative to the Altova's Authentic View
    technology. The reason for that is that we have pretty complex XML
    Schemas with derivation from abstract types and other complex things...
    Altova's StyleVision (which is the program to create StyleVision Power
    Stylesheets which then can be used in the free Authentic View Browser to
    visually edit a schema-conform XML file) is pretty functional and easy
    to use, but it often becomes unstable and is yet not enough functional
    for our needs. One of such needs would be the support of abstract type
    usage, which it obviously doesn't support.
    So what we need is a set of tools, which allow to define a visual
    template which then would be used to enter data to an XML file in a
    visual manner.
    An alternative would be the Mozilla's XUL technology, but using this
    technology implies rather programming than editing...

    Waiting forward to your ideas,
    Vitali Gontsharuk
     
    Vitali Gontsharuk, Aug 21, 2005
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