Writing xml to SQL

Discussion in 'XML' started by Rob, Aug 14, 2004.

  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

    Hi Everyone,
    I'm new to xml and I would like to know if I could benefit from using
    it. I have an online registration form that I would like to write to sql
    as xml.
    Right now, I take all of requet.form and dump it into one field of the
    sql database as a string and use "vbcrlf" as a delimiter and my
    application parses through that string and deals with it accordingly.
    I would like to know if anyone anyone knows of any resources that can
    show me how to do this. I've seen a lot of tutorials but nothing that
    will show me how to write it in one field in a structured format.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Rob

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  2. Rob

    Abhinav Guest

    Rob wrote:

    > Hi Everyone,
    > I'm new to xml and I would like to know if I could benefit from using
    > it. I have an online registration form that I would like to write to sql
    > as xml.
    > Right now, I take all of requet.form and dump it into one field of the
    > sql database as a string and use "vbcrlf" as a delimiter and my
    > application parses through that string and deals with it accordingly.
    > I would like to know if anyone anyone knows of any resources that can
    > show me how to do this. I've seen a lot of tutorials but nothing that
    > will show me how to write it in one field in a structured format.
    >


    Oracle databases have an XMLType column which you can use. Check out the
    docs at http://www.oracle.com

    I do not know about other databases....maybe something exists for them too ..

    HTH

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    Abhinav, Aug 16, 2004
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