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Altova XMLSpy® 2013 is the industry’s best selling XML editor with powerful support for working with all XML-based technologies. XMLSpy is an advanced XML editor for modeling, editing, transforming, and debugging XML-related technologies. The XML editor delivers the power you need to create the most advanced XML and Web applications, yet at the same time it’s flexible enough to allow you to work with any XML technology in a way that best suits the complexity of the document and your preferences, for instance, if you prefer to develop in a text view or graphical view, or switch back and forth between the two while editing. When you need to create a new document in XMLSpy, you simply choose the type of file required, e.g., XSD, XSLT, XQuery, XBRL, etc. The XML editor helps make sure that you create a valid document by automatically starting the file with the proper inclusions, file extension, and entry helpers.
The following table shows the operations that Xsd.exe performs. Xsd.exe only allows you to manipulate XML schemas that follow the XML Schema Definition (XSD) language proposed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). For more information on the XML Schema Definition proposal or the XML standard, see http://w3.org. By using the /parameters switch, you can specify a single XML file that sets various options.