Validating an xml file
XMLFox is an intuitive xml and xml schema(XSD) editor, allows the xml developer to create schemas and show a visual representation of what the xml document will look like for that schema.
Additional features include XML and Schema Validation, standard editing features, XSD Schema building and more.
XMLFox XML/XSD editor is the Windows based graphical tool for authoring, updating, exploring, well-formedness checking or validating XML documents.
XMLFox is a graphical XML editing and validation tool for creating valid, well-formed XML documents and/or XSD Schema.
It includes an XML View, XML Tree, XML Grid, and XML Script modes for editing, as well as extensive find capabilities for text and XML data.
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XMLFox includes XML View, XML Tree, XML Grid, and XML Script modes for editing.
Features include drag and drop, and extensive find capabilities on text as well as on XML data.
You have to validate your XML file to make sure it fits to your application's needs to prevent any exception in your code.
To check if your XML document conforms to an XSD Schema, the document must be validated against that XSD Schema.
In XMLFox Advance you can output data to several other data format files.