oXygen XML Editor 8.0 (http://www.oxygenxml.com) added support for SQL Server 2005 database (available in Enterprise edition).
It provides a new Database perspective with a Database Explorer view that can be used to browse the database structure in a tree format and a Table Explorer view that can be used to edit the table data. You can run SQL interrogations over the database with support for SQL parameter markers that can be configured into a scenario.
If you are using the XML data storage and retrieval features from SQL Server 2005 you will be able to edit the table content of an XML type directly in the oXygen XML editor. There is also support for SQL/XML and XQuery interrogations as well for XSD schema view/registration/unregistration.
There are few tools that support the new XML features from SQL Server 2005. It is much easier to edit the XML content from a table having an XML type column into a specialized XML editor, to view/register an XSD schema to the SQL Server 2005 XSD schema repository or to run XQouery over their content.
Some developers who use these features might be interested in such tool.