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What Open Source tools can I use to create an xsd from an XML file

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What Open Source tools can I use to create an xsd from an XML file

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You might have missed that this one is open source

A commonly used java command line tool is Trang
http://www.thaiopensource.com/relaxng/trang-manual.html

You can integrate it in your java code (as many applications do)
and you can use it command line

if you need an IDE for doing, so I think you are into small dollar business, not open source
For eclipse, you might give this a try, this one is free
http://editorxml.sourceforge.net/
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