Altova MissionKit tools support full integration with both the Microsoft® Visual Studio® and the Eclipse integrated development platforms. In addition, each may be used as an Active X control.
When you run XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, UModel, or Authentic inside Visual Studio or Eclipse, the Altova tool uses the native project management of the hosting IDE, which gives you complete and seamless integration into the workflow of these platforms. At the same time, you get all necessary tools and advanced functionality that XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, UModel, and Authentic are known for – directly inside your preferred IDE.
Use this page to download the free integration package for enabling this functionality.
If you wish to use XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, UModel, or Authentic in Visual Studio or Eclipse, you must install the respective Altova tool and either Visual Studio or Eclipse before you install the integration package.
XMLSpy Integration Package
MapForce Integration Package
StyleVision Integration Package
UModel Integration Package
Authentic Integration Package
Additional Microsoft Components for XMLSpy
XMLSpy is designed to interoperate with all XML-related Microsoft technologies. Below are several links to Microsoft download pages for Microsoft products that are not required, but are optional for your use with XMLSpy.
This is the latest version of the Microsoft XML Parser and XSLT Processor and can be utilized for XSLT transformation within XMLSpy.
This is the latest version of the SQLXML package, that enables developers to bridge the gap between Extensible Markup Language (XML) and relational data. You can create XML views of your existing relational data and work with it as if it were an XML file.
Note: XMLSpy fully supports SQLXML extensions to XML Schema to define mapping between XML and relational data in SQL Server 2000.
Use this page to download additional components that can enhance your work with XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, UModel, or Authentic and Microsoft products.
Some of these components are produced by Microsoft and may include a separate license agreement that you will need to read and accept after downloading the component.