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Editor and validator for large XML

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Here are some figures to show how fast you can open and inspect huge XML data in XML Validator Buddy. We are using the massachusetts.osm (OpenStreetMap data) XML document which has a size of 2.5 GB and about 39 million lines of text. In XML ValidatorBuddy you can open it in the Large File Viewer window in 34s. You can do a complete… Read more »

JSON Schema editing – An introduction

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auto completion for json schema

You might have noticed that JSON has become a quite popular text format over the last years. Especially for everyone who is working in a Java environment. But how do you check your JSON instance documents in a convenient and standardized way like you can do for any XML file? For this purpose JSON Schema was introduced. In order to… Read more »

Schematron: Check for unique attribute and element values

Based on customer feedback I want to post some solutions for two very common Schematron checks. The first rule is an assertion to report if all values of an attribute are unique for all elements (within the same parent). Simply open XML ValidatorBuddy, create a new Schematron schema and add the following rule in the editor: <iso:pattern id=”unique name attributes”>… Read more »

JSON well-formed checking

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check json well-formed

Whenever you create some JSON output and want to make sure that the generated data is really parsable you can take the XML ValidatorBuddy editor to quickly check one or many JSON files with just a few clicks. Select the JSON documents you want to check in the built-in File Explorer window of XML ValidatorBuddy and use the “Check if JSON well-formed”… Read more »