Altova SchemaAgent 2017 is a visionary tool for analysing and managing relationships among XML-based files - across a project, an intranet or even an enterprise. SchemaAgent gives you an accurate picture of your XML infrastructure in a matter of seconds, giving you the knowledge you need to efficiently manage, edit and reuse components in a productive, error-free manner.
- XML Schema Management: SchemaAgent uses graphical components and color-coded lines to present you with a visual representation of your XML information architecture. This allows you to quickly ascertain the relationships that exist between associated schemas, as well as the various components and data types that exist within each schema. It's easy to modify connections and create new relationships using simple drag and drop functionality. Learn more about XML Schema management using SchemaAgent.
- XSLT File Management: By viewing relationships between XSLT 1.0/2.0/3.0 stylesheets and other files in the SchemaAgent graphical design view, you’re able to immediately understand how any changes you make will impact related files. In addition, because SchemaAgent allows you to create and change relationships between files graphically, you can easily reuse existing components and reduce redundant development efforts.
- WSDL File Management: When you drag a WSDL file from the SchemaAgent explorer pane onto the design pane, SchemaAgent represents it as a graphical component with details about imported WSDL and XML Schema files, inline schemas, namespaces and definitions contained in the WSDL document. These relationships can be managed easily within SchemaAgent with changes automatically propagated to impacted files.
- MapForce Integration: When XML Schemas are utilised as the source and/or target of a MapForce data mapping project, SchemaAgent displays the mapped nodes used in each schema. Related XML instance and WSDL files are also displayed, presenting you with a complete, accurate representation of how XML assets are used and linked throughout your organisation.