About Oxygen XML Editor Academic

Cross platform XML editor.

Oxygen XML Editor provides the tools for XML authoring, XML conversion, XML Schema, DTD, Relax NG and Schematron development, XPath, XSLT, XQuery debugging, SOAP and WSDL testing. Integration with the XML document repositories is made through WebDAV, Subversion and S/FTP protocols. Oxygen has also support to browse, manage and query native XML and relational databases. Oxygen XML editor is also available as an Eclipse IDE plugin, bringing unique XML development features to this widely used Java IDE. Oxygen XML Editor offers Multilanguage support for English, German, French, Italian and Japanese. Oxygen XML Editor also includes Spell checking supporting English, German and French including locals.

Oxygen XML Editor Features

  • Single-Source Publishing - The XML Editor offers preset and configurable scenarios that are one click away, allowing you to produce outputs in PDF, ePUB, HTML, and many other formats using the same source.
  • Structured XML Editing - Intuitive XML editing features and a user-friendly interface, helping you to improve the results of your work with Oxygen XML Editor.
  • XML Publishing Frameworks - Oxygen XML Editor includes ready-to-use support for DITA, DocBook, XHTML, and TEI frameworks.
  • Extensibility - Take advantage of unmatched extensibility support and enhance the built-in XML publishing frameworks of the XML Editor, or even create your own frameworks.
  • Connectivity - The powerful connectivity support of the XML Editor allows you to interact with the majority of XML databases, content management systems, and WebDAV.
  • Collaboration - Oxygen allows you to collaborate with other authors more efficient than ever using the XML Editor's tracking tools, subversion repository client, and compare and merge solutions.
  • Intelligent XML Editor - XML editing is more effective than ever with the help of intelligent actions and features designed to be intuitive, responsive, and easy to use.
  • XML Validation - Make sure your XML documents are "well-formed" and valid, using as-you-type validation support and context-sensitive editing capabilities of the XML Editor.
  • XML Databases Support - Oxygen XML Editor can perform XQuery and XPath queries against a native XML database, through a connection to the database server. A dedicated collection of database exploring views are grouped together in a database perspective layout.
  • All XML Standards Support - Take advantage of the dedicated editors that Oxygen XML Editor offers, covering all XML standards. The specialized views and operations of each editor offer support for editing all types of XML documents and other types of files, including XML Schemas, CSS, XSLT, WSDL, RelaxNG, Schematron, Ant, XQuery, and many more.
  • XSLT & XQuery Debugging - The XML Editor offers a powerful XSLT and XQuery debugger that provides full control over the debugging process. Two dedicated perspectives are available, one for XSLT and one for XQuery debugging. Both offers specialized views and actions that allow you to troubleshoot and perfect your documents.
  • Web Services Support in Oxygen XML Editor - The advanced WSDL editor helps you edit WSDL documents offering content completion capabilities, a specialized Outline view, and support for generating documentation. You can easily verify if the defined SOAP messages are accepted by the remote Web Services server using the XML editor's WSDL SOAP Analyzer integrated tool.

Oxygen XML Scripting
If you need to do any of the following things using command line scripts, outside of Oxygen:

  • Automate the production of XML Schema documentation, XSLT Schema Documentation, or WSDL Schema Documentation.
  • Flatten an XML Schema.
  • Generate XML instances from XML Schemas.
  • Perform a validate and check for completeness operation on an entire DITA Map.