Analyzing XML documents often can prove difficult to do on your own, and your XML editing software is not designed to do this. It might have a few basic tools for you to use, but ultimately it is better if you have a different software designed specifically for this practice. With Altova SchemaAgent, you have such a program at your disposal. The Altova SchemaAgent software allows you to manage and analyze almost all XML, XSLT and WSDL files and the relationships between the files, all in the same program.
When you use the software, it detects relevant files in a specific folder that can help you with navigating through all of the information and openly display the desirable files on the side of the program in a single window. Additionally, there is a graphical interface that displays the files as a general resource pool, so you can construct a specific document from the content located throughout the XML files. This way, you can design your own file system from the content, all by simply dragging and dropping the files from the explorer window into the design pane.
When creating the specific file from the XML assortment, you are going to want to know the connection between the different files, which should make it easier to create the necessary combination file between all of the desired bits of information. With Altova SchemaAgent, you can see the association between the different files with a color code line. The color coded lines direct you to other files of the same orientation and same basic functionality. This way, you know what files would prove desirable in the same edit design pane and what files might not prove necessary for the time being.
The saved XML Schemas appear directly in the design pane with all of the desirable files and information listed right next to the individual XML. This can help you know exactly what is located within each of the Schemas, without having to directly click and open each one.
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