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Bob Dobalina
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We're beginning a new project soon that will likely involve XSLT in some form. We recently took a training course on the subject, and our instructor highly recommended Excelon Stylus Studio to write and debug transformations. The app was great to use during the class, but when we attepted to get licenses for us to use on the project, our request was gunned down due to issues with their contract.
Anyhow, can anyone recommend a good alternative? A friend here recommended XML Spy, which sounds like it works similarly. Any other options out there?
Thanks,
-tim
 
ram k
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Hi,
I have started using Turbo XML.It is like XML Spy
but I don't know how good it is compare to other tool.
 
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"Visual XSLT" looks cool, but it requires M$ .NET
You may want to check http://www.xslt.com/xslt_tools_editors.html
 
Bob Dobalina
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Thanks for the replies. It looks like we'll be going with XML Spy after all. I did a quick eval and it looks to do everything we need it to, and a whole bunch more
Thanks,
-tim
 
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