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Altova XMLSpy 2022 Enterprise Edition

Version 2021 Release 3

 

Support for JSON Schemas has been extended to versions 2020-12 and 2019-09.

Eclipse support has been extended so that it now covers the following versions: 2021-03, 2020-12; 2020-09; 2020-06.

The Grid View of XML documents and JSON documents has been enhanced and improved.

 

Version 2021r2

 

The Grid View of XML documents has been enhanced with a number of new features.

Commands and settings related to the Grid View of XML documents have also been reorganized for ease of use: see Grid View Settings and the Options dialog.

Settings of the Grid View of JSON documents have been reorganized for ease of use: see Grid View Settings and the Options dialog.

The Grid View of DTD documents has been enhanced with new features.

The new drag overlay feature in XML Grid View and JSON Grid View provides valuable information that facilitates the use of drag-and-drop in Grid View.

New functionality to easily and quickly add XML fragments and JSON fragments from external sources.

In Grid View, additional components (such as XML comments) can be given component-specific formatting. Each component type will then be displayed in Grid View with the formatting assigned to it. So, comments, for example, can be displayed with a yellow highlight in Grid View.

A new feature to validate documents as you edit can be toggled on/off.

Eclipse support has been extended so that it now covers the following versions: 2020-12; 2020-09; 2020-06; 2020-03.

 

 

Version 2021

 

An XBRL XBRL Taxonomy Manager tool, which enables you to easily install, upgrade, and manage taxonomies for use with XMLSpy.

The JSON menu offers the following JSON Grid View enhancements: select a Grid View component and insert an item before or after it; move the selected Grid View component up/down or left/right; remove all comment from the document.

New JSON Grid View features: (i) the context menu has been simplified; (ii) the grid can be zoomed; (iii) multiple sibling components can be expanded/collapsed together; (iv) cells containing strings can have their reading direction set to right-to-left (useful for languages with this reading direction, such as Arabic and Hebrew); the Copy command has been enhanced.

JSON Schema Validation takes the $id property into consideration.

New Altova extension functions to access schema information.

Eclipse support has been extended so that it now covers: 2020.06; 2020.03; 2019.12; 2019.09.

 

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