ExamXML is a powerful and easy to use a visual XML differencing tool for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003. It was specially developed for comparing and merging XML files in an intelligent manner.
It provides best-in-class features that distinguish ExamXML from other XML comparison tools. Ideal for users who want identify changes between XML files.
Unique to ExamXML is its ability to ignore specified elements that match users defined condition. In addition to the usual textual comparison ExamXML can compare numbers in numeric format and dates in datetime formats. ExamXML displays the XML document in a tree view, highlighting differences down to the level of elements, words or attributes, so that you can view exactly which attributes and elements have been added, modified or deleted.
ExamXML displays XML documents in a tree view, highlighting differences down to the level of elements, words or attributes, so that you can view exactly which attributes and elements have been added, modified or deleted. Red color means that the element has been removed, green means that the element has been changed.
ExamXML lets you visually browse through the differences using either the buttons with arrows on the toolbar or hot keys. Red arrows mean browsing through deleted elements and green arrows mean browsing through changed elements. If you want to browse differences on the current level without expanding elements, press the Ctrl key and hold it pressed down while using navigation buttons. This is especially useful when you need to glance differences within top-level elements without rummaging in details.
You can specify how ExamXML will validate XML document. ExamXML validates XML reporting errors with description and line number information. You can specify a log file to print out error messages. Using the Continue after fatal error option you can even validate the entire XML document.