Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/09/23
Almost 4 years ago, I compared XSD.EXE to some on-line tools. Time for a follow-up.
From the old post:
XML Utilities has since then moved to a new domain: www.xmlutilities.net; the other 2 are still at their original locations.
New on-line generators I got pointed at by Mark O’Connor’s stackoverflow answer:
- Free Online XSD/XML Schema Generator From XML – FreeFormatter.com.
- XML to XSD Generater Online – xmlGrid.net.
Neither of them can generate the XML types separately like XmlForAsp XML Schema Generator does.
But the first one does get attributes right, whereas all the others often skip some or all of the attributes.
via Generate XSD from XML – XSD.EXE versus on-line tools « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff.
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2012/08/16
If anyone knows a better solution than string search/replace, please let me know:
I’m required to write a tool that can handle the below XML fragment that is not well formed as it contains XML declarations in the middle of the stream.
The company already has these kinds files in use for a long time, so there is no option to change the format.
There is no source code available that does the parsing, and the platform of choice for new tooling is .NET 4 or newer preferably with C#.
This is how the fragments look like: Read the rest of this entry »
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