XML Data Compare Information Hub

Getting StartedREST Service

Welcome to the XML Data Compare Information Hub. Below you will find a collection of guides, samples and videos that will help you while using your new XML comparison tool. If there is information that you cannot find below, please refer to our full documentation site.

Getting Started with XML Data Compare

Getting Started │ REST Service

Guides

User Guide →

Get started with XML Data Compare with our useful user guide. Whether setting up your first comparison or you need to configure more advanced settings, this guide will help.

Release Documentation →

A collection of guides including getting started with the command-line tool, API documentation, the REST User Guide and release notes.

Configuring the Configuration File →

The configuration file is used to specify how the comparison is required to behave for specific elements or attributes. This guide will help you get the most accurate comparison.

Using the Command-Line Tool →

Although XML Data Compare provides an API which can be embedded in applications or server processes, some evaluators may wish to experiment with a simple command-line process.

Samples

Ignore Changes →

An example pipeline showing how to post-process a delta result to “ignore” certain changes.

Numeric Tolerances →

An example pipeline showing how to post-process a delta file to allow for tolerances when comparing numerical data.

Orderless Comparison →

By using containers XML Data Compare can make an accurate comparison regardless of the order of elements.

Output Format →

An explanation and description between the two different types of outputs: full DeltaV2 and the “Side by Side Folding DiffReport”.

Whitespace normalisation →

Examples to show how whitespace is ‘normalised’ while comparing XML data. As whitespace nodes are rare in data-centric XML, the default setting is to treat multiple spaces, tabs, and newlines as a single space.

Word by Word Comparison →

Perform a detailed comparison on textual changes using filters included with XML Data Compare.

Get in Touch

Enquiry Form →

For more information about a specific feature or if you’re interested in buying XML Data Compare, please fill out our enquiry form and we’ll get back to you within one business day.

Evaluation Support Portal →

If you’re having trouble with your XML Data Compare trial create a ticket using our support portal.

Customer Support Portal →

If you’re having trouble with your XML Data Compare license create a ticket using our support portal.

Email: info@deltaxml.com

Phone: 01684 532130

Videos

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XML Data Compare REST Service

Getting Started │ REST Service

Guides

REST User Guide →

You can invoke XML comparisons from a wide range of programming languages and systems by using the XML Data Compare REST service. This guide demonstrates how to run operations using the XML Data Compare REST API.

REST Installation and Setup Guide →

This guide provides help for the installation and initial setup of the HTTP server and wrapper component that provides the XML Data Compare REST API.

Specifying Comparisons →

Specify and run comparisons quickly using our REST interface.

Samples

Using Postman →

Postman provides easy access to our APIs to make comparisons using your licensed product as simple as possible.

Get in Touch

Enquiry Form →

For more information about a specific feature or if you’re interested in buying XML Data Compare, please fill out our enquiry form and we’ll get back to you within one business day.

Evaluation Support Portal →

If you’re having trouble with your XML Data Compare trial create a ticket using our support portal.

Customer Support Portal →

If you’re having trouble with your XML Data Compare license create a ticket using our support portal.

Email: info@deltaxml.com

Phone: 01684 532130