Ie tools for validating xml
software, scripts, stylesheets) which support the implementation of preservation metadata, particularly as defined in the PREMIS data dictionary.Tools may be categorized as doing one or more of the following.However, XML-Schema cannot describe all the rules of the standard, and that is exactly why we have developed the ODM Checker.A new, additional, (W3C standard) rules-based validation language has been emerging during the last years: Schematron.It is very powerful, and allows to describe many of the rules that cannot be described using XML-Schema.As it is XML itself, it is as well human- as machine-readable.
Start the demo now This demo shows what happens if an ODM file is checked which is even not valid XML.
The CDISC ODM Checker is a tool developed by XML4Pharma to check whether an ODM file conforms to the CDISC standard. Other tools for working with the CDISC set of standards Version 0.7 corrects a few minor bugs found in version 0.6 Full list of the new features in v.0.6 A number of demos showing how the tool works can be found here as Macromedia Flash files.
If you haven't installed the Flash plugin yet, you can get it from here.
The next major release, DAITSS 2.0, will have functionality to export PREMIS metadata in METS.
Availability: Documentation: Page Date last updated: July 25, 2007 Description: Digi Tool is a commercial product developed by Ex Libris for the management of digital assets in libraries and academic environments, enabling institutions to create, manage, preserve, and share locally administered digital collections.
Start the demo now Convinced by the power of the CDISC ODM Checker ? Companies interested in obtaining a license for incorporating the CDISC ODM Checker into their own system (e.g. We will be happy to make the necessary adaptions to the CDISC ODM Checker so that it fits into your own IT systems for working with the CDISC set of standards.