The <oXygen/> XML Schema documentation tool allows you to easily generate full documentation for the XML Schema content models, including comprehensive diagrams, annotations, and cross references.
It is possible to generate XML Schema documentation in various formats including HTML, PDF and DocBook.
The documentation for the XSLT 2.0 stylesheets XML Schema can be found here.
For large XML Schemas a "generate chunks" option is available for the HTML format that will output documentation in multiple files. The documentation includes diagrams representing the models for the XML elements, attributes, types, etc.
The generated documentation includes all the components defined in the imported or included schemas.
By supporting DocBook output, <oXygen/> allows you to use the generated documentation within customized documentation workflows. A custom format can also be generated by setting an XSLT stylesheet that receives as input an XML file with a known structure defined by a schema that comes with <oXygen/>.
Now you can choose a specific language to be used in documentation generated for schemas containing annotations in multiple languages. If no language is selected, all the annotations will be generated having the "xml:lang" attribute set, allowing to perform further filtering using other tools.
The documentation output is carefully designed with a balanced selection of colors and a neat layout.
<oXygen/> XML Editor delivers the best available performance for generating XML schema documentation. Even for the largest XML schemas (thousands of components), <oXygen/> generates the complete documentation within a couple of minutes.
In case you need to integrate the generation of XML Schemas documentation into a build process, you can invoke this tool directly from the command line.
These items from the News Architecture G2 version 1.3 are relevant to NewsML-G2 and EventsML-G2:
aseXML is a standard developed by Australian energy industries to facilitate the exchange of information between participants of the energy industries using XML. The aseXML Standards Working Group (ASWG) is responsible for the development and maintenance of the aseXML standard.
The MusicXML schemas are distributed under the MusicXML Document Type Definition Public License 2.0.