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Yep. And if you have to do this for any relational database, in a
database-independent manner, use a portable implementation of SQL/XML or
a portable implementation of XQuery.
Michael Kay wrote:
> Use the XML extraction tools that come with your chosen database product,
> then use XSLT to convert this "vanilla" XML to the vocabulary required by
> your target schema.
> Michael Kay
>>From: Ricardo Dominic [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>Sent: 07 April 2004 12:22
>>Subject: [xml-dev] Converting data to XML
>>Hey anyone out there that could point me out in the
>>correct direction? Need your help with the following
>>I have an application that can receive data in an XML
>>file and provided with this application is a schema
>>that governs the XML structure. Now I need to transfer
>>the data stored in my database to the above
>>application. Hence I need extract the data from the
>>database convert it to an XML file that can be
>>accepted by the above application.
>>Thank you kindly