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Posted - 09/28/2013 :  23:00:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I get this error "Unable to infer the XSD from the XML file.The Xml contains multiple namespaces"
I am not sure how to get around with this error.Below is how the XML file looks like.I am using BIDS 2008

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<BorrowerFirstName>Roy</BorrowerFirstName><BorrowerLastName>China</BorrowerLastName><BorrowerEmail></BorrowerEmail><SSN>387564731</SSN><HomePhone>9723654221</HomePhone><CellPhone>3135689563</CellPhone><MaritalStatus>Divorced</MaritalStatus><DateofBirth>12/12/80</DateofBirth><CurrentCityStreetAddress>8625 Rubina Rd</CurrentCityStreetAddress><State>TX</State><Zip>75287</Zip><YearsAtThisAdress>1</YearsAtThisAdress><MonthlyIncome>9000</MonthlyIncome><Bonuses>400</Bonuses><Commission>100</Commission><RentorOwn>Rent</RentorOwn><PurposeofLoan>Education</PurposeofLoan><PropertyUsage>Land</PropertyUsage><LoanAmount>9000</LoanAmount><PurchasePrice>9000</PurchasePrice><NumberofUnits>1</NumberofUnits><PropertyCity>Ricardson</PropertyCity><PropertyState>TX</PropertyState><PropertyZip>25781</PropertyZip><Sex>Male</Sex><Ethnicity>White</Ethnicity><Race>White</Race><Co-BorrowerFirstName>Faye</Co-BorrowerFirstName><Co-BorrowerLastName>Sparks</Co-BorrowerLastName><Co-BorrowerEmail></Co-BorrowerEmail><CreditCardAuthorization>Agree</CreditCardAuthorization><Checking>4000</Checking><Savings>7000</Savings><R0000</LoanAmount><PurchasePrice>8000</PurchasePrice><NumberofUnits>1</NumberofUnits><PropertyCity>Desoto</PropertyCity><PropertyState>TX</PropertyState><PropertyZip>43215</PropertyZip><Sex>Female</Sex><Ethnicity>White</Ethnicity><Race>White</Race>

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Posted - 09/29/2013 :  03:31:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
the posted XML is not even well formed. Can you post full XML please?

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Posted - 09/29/2013 :  17:23:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The XML you posted, again, is not well-formed. You can test whether it is well-formed easily by using the xml string in a simple query like shown below (where I have cut out a lot of your XML)
declare @x xml = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

select @x;

Edited by - James K on 09/29/2013 17:24:33
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