Tag: xml

Can't Convert unicode Data into XML column in sql server 2008

I already have a table with 3 column (Id bigint, Title nvarchar(450), Description nvarchar(MAX)) in sql 2008 I decide convert Title and Description column into one XML column. but when trying to update get many error like “illegal name character” or “illegal qualified name character” and etc. to solve this problem i just create windows […]

When Full Text Searching an XML column can you use XML Querying?

I am working on a database that is very localized, for example sake: Tables: Product – Has non localized columns (item number, created, etc) Product_Local – Has localized columns (description) and a language identifier column I am using SQL 2008 and full text searching requires for its word breakers that I set the language per […]

What are the advantages of having typed XML columns in SQL server?

From what I’ve read an XML column in SQL server can be typed (having a schema) or untyped. What are the advantages of using typed XML? Is it just that the XML is validated?

How to extract relational data from XML in SQL Server

I’m new to XML world. I’m having a problem with XML data type in SQL Server 2005. I’ve a stored procedure that expects XML parameter. The value of the parameter as given below… DECLARE @productIds xml SET @productIds = ‘<ROOT> <AGENTLIST> <AGENT> <HOSTAPPLICATIONRECORDKEY>GRI</HOSTAPPLICATIONRECORDKEY> <BROKERID>02h21a0539</BROKERID> <BROKERSHARE>25</BROKERSHARE> <BROKERSTATE>AK</BROKERSTATE> <CARRIERCODE>GRIC</CARRIERCODE> <PLANCODE>EP02</PLANCODE> <COVERAGECODES> <COVERAGECODE>TL50IM06</COVERAGECODE> <COVERAGECODE>TL50IM10</COVERAGECODE> </COVERAGECODES> <SPLITBROKERID1>2</SPLITBROKERID1> <SPLITBROKERSHARE1>25</SPLITBROKERSHARE1> <SPLITBROKERID2></SPLITBROKERID2> […]

Truly empty element with sql server for xml-directive

How do I create a truly empty xml element with the for xml-directive in sql server (2005)? Example: select ” for xml path(‘element’), root(‘elements’) Outputs: <elements><element></element></elements> But what I really want is: <elements><element /></elements>

What is the type of XQuery passed to SQL Server XML Data Type methods?

According to BOL on value() Method (xml Data Type), value() method takes two arguments XQuery SQLType Do I need to pass varchar or nvarchar to value()? How can I find out what kind of type XQuery or SQLType expects? End Goal: To create utility UDF/sprocs that uses XML Data Type methods.

SQL Server 2008 – Selecting multiple rows from OPENXML statement

I have an XML file and I open that in SQL Server using OPENXML and then read the values in the XML file and insert them into the table. Assume that the XML structure is like this <Student> <name>XYZ</name> <id>123</id> <fathersname>XYS</fathersname> <fathersid>3489</fathersid> </Student>”. Now I need to add this as two different rows and the […]

multiple resultsets in c# MVC

I am using Asp.NET MVC as a basic webservice for several searchengine type asp/ jquery sites. Database searching is straightforward: Model – Sql Server FullText Sproc returning XML View – N/a Controller – Authorise user/ Parse input return Content (Model.XML) The returned XML contains four resultsets – item list, category breakdown, related/ads items & paging […]

SQL Server XSD SimpleType xs:list as table?

SQL server has support for XML, but I cannot figure out how to get it to work with the list type <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?> <xsd:schema id=”XMLSchema1″ targetNamespace=”http://tempuri.org/XMLSchema1.xsd” elementFormDefault=”qualified” xmlns=”http://tempuri.org/XMLSchema1.xsd” xmlns:mstns=”http://tempuri.org/XMLSchema1.xsd” xmlns:xsd=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema”> <xsd:simpleType name=”valuelist”> <xsd:list itemType=”xsd:integer”/> </xsd:simpleType> <xsd:element name=”a” type=”valuelist”/> I cannot figure out how to make this work: DECLARE @p0 AS XML SET @p0 = […]

which is faster for running SQL on small tabular data (250 records), XML or SQL server?

I’m working on a small standalone .NET app needs to refer to some tabular data and its only just selects and at most these tables have 250 records. Previously developers have used a SQL server database. Would i get a performance advantage if i simply convert the table data to XML and read from that? […]

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