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Xml editor [message #708913] Wed, 03 August 2011 05:26 Go to next message
Drd  is currently offline Drd
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Registered: August 2011
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after this post:

Hello!

Cand someone please recomend a xml-editor plug-in?
I don't know if there is something in this world that could be of use for my request.
The biggest problem is that my boss wants to have a xml editor that could check the xsd and when I edit the xml from the tree view the program sould display the possible restrictions/recomandations from the schema.

Please help a wandering soul over the internet.

I got this reply:

The Web Tools project provides such an editor.

now:

Can anyone please guide my unexperinced life in java a little bit more?

Re: Xml editor [message #709150 is a reply to message #708913] Wed, 03 August 2011 10:21 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell Bateman
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
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On 03-Aug-11 03:26, Drd wrote:
> after this post:
>
> Hello!
>
> Cand someone please recomend a xml-editor plug-in?
> I don't know if there is something in this world that could be of use
> for my request.
> The biggest problem is that my boss wants to have a xml editor that
> could check the xsd and when I edit the xml from the tree view the
> program sould display the possible restrictions/recomandations from the
> schema.
>
> Please help a wandering soul over the internet.
> I got this reply:
>
> The Web Tools project provides such an editor.
>
> now:
>
> Can anyone please guide my unexperinced life in java a little bit more?

This second plea is a little vague, my friend. I would unobjectively
suggest three books (recognizing that this forum is absolutely not the
place to be doing this):

Bruce Eckels Thinking in Java (as a grammar or reference)
Head First Java (as a method or learning book)
Joshua Bloch's Effective Java (as a guide to best practice)

Next, I'd head over to JavaRanch.com to ask Java questions there. It's
really a friendly place with lots of willing ears. stackOverflow.com is
very good too.
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