What is XMLSpy?
Whether you prefer to edit XML documents in a text-based or graphical XML viewer, XMLSpy provides intelligent guidance and entry-helpers as you type, and troubleshooting is fast and easy with the industry’s most standards-conformant XML validator.
How does the XML masker rule work?
The XML Masker rule finds the data to be masked using an XPath statement. If just the name (it is case sensitive) of the element is provided, a suitable wildcard XPath statement to locate the text data for any and every element with that name will be automatically generated.
How do I create a schema in XML Spy?
XML Schema Editor. The graphical XML Schema editor in XMLSpy allows you to create schemas in a visual, drag-and-drop manner, so you can focus on the semantics of your schema while leaving the syntactical details of the XML Schema language to XMLSpy.
How do I mask text with XPaths?
If just the name (it is case sensitive) of the element is provided, a suitable wildcard XPath statement to locate the text data for any and every element with that name will be automatically generated. If the Full XPath option is chosen, then that specific statement will be used to locate the data to be masked.
Which version of XMLSpy should I download for evaluation?
For an optimal evaluation experience, download XMLSpy Enterprise Edition with the most advanced XML and JSON Editor feature set available. provides the most advanced functionality, including support for JSON, XBRL, Web services, program code generation, chart generation, and more.
How do I view and edit JSON files in XMLSpy?
XMLSpy includes an intuitive JSON viewer and JSON editor with support for JSON, JSON5, JSON Lines, and JSON Comments, allowing you to view and edit JSON files using the same intuitive Text and Grid Views available for XML editing, with useful editing guides and entry helpers. The JSON editor provides: