How to use Tree-Based XML Editor In XML

In this article i will explain Tree-Based XML Editor In XML
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Tree-Based XML Editor In XML

  • Tree-Based XML Editor can browse a very large XML file in a tree view.

  • Tree-Based XML Editor has branches for each of XML elements.

  • Tree-Based XML Editor shows nodes in a tree structure, like the file explorer on your PC.

  • Tree-Based XML Editor starts with one or more root nodes at the first level, and for each node it will show child nodes 

  • Tree-Based XML Editors have a tree view to let navigate the XML document by opening containing nodes and handling entire subtrees as a single unit

  • Tree-Based XML Editor does not offer entity support: entities are not presented with a special type of node in the tree and new entity nodes cannot be inserted in the document.

  • An "expand" button "+", which will cause the node"s children to be inserted into the display.

  • A "collapse" button "-", which will cause the node"s children to be removed from the display.

Example

This example show Tree-Based XML Editor

<Log>

  <Purchase id="101.AC">

    <Amount>300</Amount>

    <Name>Mr.Manish</Name>

  </Purchase>

  <Control>

    <Code>ABC</Code>

  </Control>

  <Purchase id="102.AB">

    <Amount>500</Amount>

    <Name>Mr Dinesh</Name>

  </Purchase>

</Log>

 

Tree-Based XML Editor control

  • Main menu - This control provides access to all the features and functions available in  XML Tree Editor.

  • Toolbar - This control provides easy access to common and frequently used functions.

  • Editor panel - This control easy editing of structured mark-up documents.

  • Message panel - This control displays messages returned from user operations.

  • Model view - This control shows the  information about the attribute or element.

  • All Elements panel - This control show present a list of all defined elements that can be inserted within document.

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