Out of the Angle Brackets
A few months ago we added the XML Schema Explorer to the SP1 Beta release and are happy to announce that this week we've shipped with the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 RTM release.
As previously stated, the XML Schema Explorer illustrates our initial thinking about the future of XSD tools from Microsoft. Over the next few months we'll be communicating our additional tools plans for XSD, including when you'll be able to get your hands on upcoming bits.
Please send us your comments, questions, and suggestions via the XML and the .NET Framework forum on MSDN here.
Program Manager, XML Tools
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No way! :-)
This is very cool, you guys rock.
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A few months ago we added the XML Schema Explorer to the SP1 Beta release and are happy to announce that
I'm really looking forward trying this one out.
One thing situation I've recently encountered is where multiple XSD's used <xs:include> elements to re-use the same base common types.
I've done some research on the web, but haven't found a simple tool to "flatten" those XSD's and produce a valid consolidated/merged version.
It's really useful to be able to "include" base XSD's but there are many situations where some components don't handle these tags very well or don't support them at all (ex: SQL XML, http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190756.aspx).
It would be cool if you could add a "Flatten XSD" option to the context menu available on XSD files.
Maybe I'll give it a try and build a small add-in to do this ... hmmm, interesting... good night and thanks for listening.
Por cortesía del equipo de XML, tenemos una nueva funcionalidad que nos ayudará a trabajar con esquemas
This one is going to save my life, dudes! :)
has released . w00t! For the XML Tools team this is an especially big release since SP1 is the vehicle
What happened to the graphical schema designer in VS 2008? It feels as if VS 2008 took a backwards step for VS 2005 in this department.
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