Schematics is a tool developed for validating XML editor.
Ideal for preparing structured content like survey questionnaires.
Here are some key features of “Schematics”:
■ W3C Schema based
■ auto-form validated data entry with schema based edit fields
■ memo fields
■ dropdows lists
■ checkboxes
■ HTML overview reports using XSLT







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With Schematics you can validate or author a set of XSL templates using XML editor.
Input data is entered through a W3C standard compliant schema.
The data will be validated against any sub-document in the schema.
Each item in the schema is a logical unit of the edit data.
Each logical unit is either as a dropdown list for data entry or you can add additional data that will populate the edit fields below.
Schematics uses standard W3C validator to validate data.
A W3C validator checks:
■ the document is well-formed
■ each element matches its namespace
■ each element is well-defined by its attributes
■ each attribute value is well-defined by its schema
Schematics would try to use the schema driven approach whenever possible as this will make the document much more legible.
If you have a schema with thousand of element you might want to use the XML editor to create the entire document instead of using W3C validator.
Schematics can be used to validate a single document or to validate a set of documents against one schema.
Schematics includes:
■ XML editor with schema
■ automatically filled fields based on the schema.
■ an innovative drag and drop flow for creating XML documents
■ an innovative “cheat sheet” for quickly creating diagrams.
“Optimize Data” and “Render Data” are the two main jobs of Schematics.
“Optimize Data” is used to validate the input data before it is translated to the equivalent XML representation.
“Render Data” is used to render the input XML into the right document at the right position.
Schematics Screenshots:
The Keypad is also available with Schematics that offers a more detailed control to the user.
It is also possible to create a project using a XSLT file.
And following are the steps to do it:
1. Create a New Project
2. Create a Template XSLT file
3. Select the Project to run
4. Click on the right mouse button and select new diagram item
5. Make a new diagram using the XSLT file
6. Drag and Drop the diagram items
7. Click on OK
XML Editor:
Schematics includes an integrated XML editor.
It is divided into a few logical areas:
■ Main


Schematics Activation Code is a tool developed for validating XML editor.
Ideal for preparing structured content like survey questionnaires.
Here are some key features of “Schematics Cracked Accounts”:
■ W3C Schema based
■ auto-form validated data entry with schema based edit fields
■ memo fields
■ dropdows lists
■ checkboxes
■ HTML overview reports using XSLT
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Schematics can be used to enter data in survey type software and output in a XSD file. The standard XML editor is used for doing the form validation. The XSD validation is kept inside an XSL template. This makes application of Schematics independent of any predefined editor. Data is validated when the form is saved into the database.
Schematics Principles
Schematics is designed to be used inside database and tables
Create form and save form into database. Generate schema (XSD) from database.
This means creating a form and saving it into database. The schema is generated automatically and you can see a report of errors against schema. If the database schema has problems, the schema can be regenerated with new editing.
When a form is validated on data entry, all errors in schema is validated against data. The schema can be used to validate data on load and automatically, without user interaction.
Use XSD format for data exchange
The schema (XSD) can be used to validate data and exchange data in different formats (XML, CSV, HTML, etc…). To do this, first you make a choice which XSD format you want to use.
We recommend XSD.
Schematics Types of Input
We call following styles of input:
■ Logo (including free text)
■ Item (almost all types of input)
■ Questionnaire (multiple choice question, submit a text, select list)
Schematics Features
Schematics provides tools:
■ XSD Schema editor: create a schema and apply it to the form
■ XSLT template: check the data against schema, reformat if needed
■ XSL style sheet: use XSLT to output report or use XSLT to format data from database into HTML format
■ optionally available W3C XHTML style sheet: use XML syntax to validate schema against XHTML version 2.0
■ optionally available XHTML to HTML style sheet: use HTML syntax for output
■ optionally available CSV export: export data to CSV (List )
■ optionally available HTML export: export data to HTML (List )
■ optionally available XHTML to PDF export: export data to PDF (List )
■ optionally available PDF export: export data to PDF (List )
In the following videos, we test Schematics on a simple survey

What’s New In Schematics?

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System Requirements:

Minimum Requirements:
OS: Windows XP
Processor: Intel Pentium II or higher
Memory: 2 GB RAM (we recommend 3 GB)
Graphics: 256 MB or higher
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Recommended Requirements:
OS: Windows XP or higher
Processor: Intel Pentium III or higher
Memory: 3 GB RAM (we recommend 4 GB)
Setup and Installation