XML Validator Features:
- The industry's most standards-conformant XML validator
- Smart Fix with automatic error correction
- XML Schema 1.1 or 1.0 based validation
- DTD based validation
- Multi-tabbed validation window
- Hot links for quick troubleshooting
- Validation of multiple files or entire projects
- XML validator toolbar to quickly find & copy information
- Lightning-fast validation of XML, XBRL, WSDL, and more
Smart Fix XML Validation
Altova XMLSpy® 2014 is the only XML editor with the revolutionary Smart Fix validation functionality. Smart Fix provides options for fixing XML validation errors that you can apply automatically, with a single click.
In the Smart Fix pane of the validator message window, XMLSpy enumerates the possible corrections for fixing each error and will make the required changes automatically based on your selection. You have full control over which fix is implemented, but XMLSpy will make the selected change automatically, reducing the time spent troubleshooting and testing considerably.
This feature is unique to XMLSpy and is a huge leap forward in intelligent XML editing.
In addition, as you work, intelligent XML editor features such as context-sensitive code completion and entry helper features offer you valid choices based on the content model and your location in a document.
Validation and Troubleshooting
In addition to Smart Fix, the XML validator includes numerous features for helping you create valid XML documents and validate existing XML files quickly and easily. The multi-tabbed XML validator window offers detailed information about any XML validation errors in your document or XML project, and a handy toolbar in the XML validator window lets you easily navigate through, search for, and copy error information as needed.
The XMLSpy XML validator provides granular details about each validation error, including:
- The reason for the error
- A link to the error in the working XML file
- A link to the corresponding definition(s) in the associated schema file
- Links to relevant info in the applicable W3C spec