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From "Hugo Burm" <>
Subject RE: Browser-based XML document editing tool?
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 08:11:04 GMT
Have a look at the Jaxe XML editor. It's a tag based editor that validates
your input against a W3C schema while you are typing. It is a java webstart
client. I modified it so you can start it from Cocoon and it can load and
save it's xml files from/to Cocoon. It is in the wiki (JaxeCocoon).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: David []
> Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 3:08 AM
> To:
> Subject: Browser-based XML document editing tool?
> I've built a Cocoon site and all the content is in xml files.
>  I created
> content using an Eclipse XML plugin, which is fine for me as
> a technical
> person, but now I need to allow a couple dozen non-technical
> people to be
> able to create/edit/delete these xml files themselves, using
> a browser.  I
> don't want to have to 'manually' build a bunch of forms and
> form processing
> and file i/o code to create these interfaces for the half
> dozen different
> xml data structures I have.  This type of code has been
> written too many
> times before by so many people, I'm certain, it's crazy to
> build it all
> again.
> Seems to me that someone by now has built some kind of tool -- either
> server-side or a client side app -- that can basically
> analyze a DTD or xml
> file or Cforms kinda document, then generate a web-based form
> for content
> create/edit/delete, and then write the files to disk.
> Can Cforms or some other tool do this?   Thanks for advice.
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