Retrieving Dynamic XML from SQL Server 7.0 and 2000

By Bill Graziano on 13 November 2000 | Tags: XML


SQL Server is packed with features for retrieving XML documents. Steven Wood offers a demonstration of extending a SQL Query via the RAW, AUTO, and EXPLICIT modes to illustrate the functionality available. The article then discusses the concept of templates, which allow the creation of dynamic parameter-based XML documents, and how templates can be executed via Visual Basic.

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