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This is the command xsddiagram that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


xsddiagram - Xml Schema Definition (XSD) diagram viewer

SYNOPSIS


XSDDiagram.exe [-o output.svg] [-os EXTENSION] [-r RootElement]* [-e N] [-z N] [-y] [-u
USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] [file.xsd or URL]

DESCRIPTION


XSD Diagram, version 0.16.0.0

-o FILE

specifies the output image. '.png','.jpg', '.svg' ('.emf' on Windows) are allowed.
If not present, the GUI is shown.

-os EXTENSION

specifies the output image is streamed through the standard output. EXTENSION can
be: png, jpg, svg. If not present, the GUI is shown.

-r ELEMENT

specifies the root element of the tree. You can put several -r options = several
root elements in the tree.

-e N

specifies the expand level (from 0 to what you want). Be carefull, the result
image can be huge.

-z N

specifies the zoom percentage from 10% to 1000% (only for .png image). Work only
with the '-o', '-os png' or '-os jpg' option.

-y

force huge image generation without user prompt.

-u USERNAME

specifies a username to authenticate when a xsd dependency (import or include) is a
secured url.

-p PASSWORD

specifies a password to authenticate when a xsd dependency (import or include) is a
secured url.

Example 1: > XSDDiagramConsole.exe -o file.png -r TotoRoot -e 3 -z 200 ./folder1/toto.xsd

will generate a PNG image from a diagram with a root element 'TotoRoot' and
expanding the tree from the root until the 3rd level.

Example 2: > XSDDiagram.exe ./folder1/toto.xsd

will load the xsd file in the GUI window.

Example 3: > XSDDiagram.exe -r TotoRoot -e 2 ./folder1/toto.xsd

will load the xsd file in the GUI window with a root element 'TotoRoot' and
expanding the tree from the root until the 2nd level.

Example 4: > XSDDiagramConsole.exe -os svg -r TotoRoot -e 3 ./folder1/toto.xsd

will write a SVG image in the standard output from a diagram with a root element
'TotoRoot' and expanding the tree from the root until the 3rd level.

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