During XML development, it's often necessary to develop valid XML instance files from an existing XSD. Instead of starting the XSD to XML task by hand, developers can use XMLSpy XML Editor to generate an XML instance as a starting point. This is also helpful for testing during the XSD development phase.
With an XSD open in XMLSpy, it's easy to generate a valid XML instance file with just a few clicks to select the desired options. Comprehensive XSD to XML options let you generate some or all elements, specify the numbers of repeatable elements, and so forth - or simply click OK to generate based on the default XSD to XML configuration.
You can even have XMLSpy generate XSD to XML filled with sample values.
In addition to XSD to XML generation, you can convert an existing XML to XSD just as easily in XMLSpy. You can generate an XSD from one or multiple XML instance files.
The XML to XSD dialog offers flexible options for generating elements, attributes, simple types, entities, and enumerations.
In addition to XSD to XML and XML to XSD generation, XMLSpy supports the following conversions: