I'm looking for a tool that will allow a user to change the values of an xml node\element but not alter the core XML structure...ie the node\elements. So let's say you had an XML dicument some thing like this:
The tool would display something like:
where 123 would be a text box or maybe where it shows the full document like I have above and the only thing that would be editable would be the 123. Has anyone seen a tool that does anything like this? I could write a program to do this, but I'd rather not reinvent the wheel if I don't have too.
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