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User guide for myXML

    Introduction

    XMLdation myXML was developed so that experts may maintain XML business rules and test files easily.

    Maintaining business rules and test files in myXML ensues in several beneficial products for myXML expert. Users of XMLdation's validation service may access the maintained rules and validate their own XML files against them. In addition, myXML provides documentation on the maintained business rules which can be handed to people who are creating XML-files. With test file creation you can manage large sets of test files with variating content and up-to-date timestamps and unique identifiers together with large files for performance testing.

    Therefore, myXML provides following features for its user:

    • creation and maintaining XML business rules
    • offering online validation service based on the maintained business rules
    • documenting the maintained business rules
    • creation and maintenance of automated test files


    The language supported and generated in myXML is OCL, which is has its own wiki section in user guide for OCL.

    How to get started

    First of all you need username and password to log in to myXML. If you are interested in getting more information about the tool or trying it, please contact us through contact page at xmldation.com: http://www.xmldation.com/en/contact

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    Picture: myXML login page.

    After getting in you can start creating content. More about that and links to different guides below.

    myXML terminology and hierarchy

    Main thing to work with in myXML are projects. The projects can be grouped.

    The projects can contain (business) rules in rulesets and actions, functions and seed data for producing test files. The hierarchy is illustrated below.

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    Picture: myXML terminlogy hierarchy

    The guides here in the wiki are divided in three parts like this:

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