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[ANN] XSDdoc 2.0 - XML Schema Documentation/Browsing Software.

From: Thomas Chen <tchen@bluetetra.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 21:46:04 -0500
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Bluetetra Software announces the release of XSDdoc 2.0.

XSDdoc is an XML Schema documentation software that transforms plain XML
files into cross-referenced, hyperlinked HTML documents and provides a
detailed functional report for each schema component. XSDdoc makes it
effortless to navigate through a large collection of XML vocabulary. The
descriptive XSD documentation makes it simple to understand proprietary
XML markup and content models. XSDdoc's generated document is easy to
publish on the web and serves as online-help for other web service

XSDdoc 2.0 provides developers with the same comprehensive HTML report
generation found in version 1.0.  In addition, XSDdoc 2.0 makes
available new and upgraded functionality to help with the analysis and
on-going development of schema designs, such as: 
	.Generation of an XML document describing schema component
	.Handling of complicated schema inclusion cases, such as
circular references and 		 chameleon namespace. 
	.Grouping and filtering of schema components by namespace. 
	.Ability to process schema definitions that have no target
	.Inclusion of attribute references and local element references
in the schema 	 component reference table. 
	.Quick access of local element declarations by component list.  
	.Enhanced navigation features that allow users to browse schema
definitions by 		 schema components, type hierarchy or schema
	.New document layout with navigation bar and new compact
overview pages. 

XSDdoc 2.0 is compliant with W3CR XML Schema 1.0 specification.

For a detailed product guide of XSDdoc 2.0, please visit our web site at

Thomas Chen
Bluetetra Software
Received on Wednesday, 15 October 2003 22:45:16 UTC

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