Short for 'eXtensible Markup Language.' A textual markup language for transferring structured data.

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When to use XML data type

I'm responsible for creating a database on a project. We have fields that are rarely going to have a value (1 in every 10,000 records) and I'm trying to work out the best way to store this in the ...
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Select statement to retrive xml output as below

Hi could someone provide me some clues or solution to retrive record sets like below note: i read the msdn documentation but leads me no where but hair loss :( Just for the assumption think i have 2 ...
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Select XML values when attribute involved

I have a table that stores XML values in field: OtherData. An XML value from one row: < file path="C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe" /> I would like to select all rows that have an ...
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How to insert multiple records using XML in SQL server 2008

i use SQL server 2008 in my web application back end. Apparently i iterate through all the records from the C# code whenever there is a multiple insertion scenario. i have never tried the multple ...
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Read XML file in SQL Server 2008

How can I read an XML file and store the data in XML to our table in SQL Server 2008?
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trying to turn XML into heirarchical SQL tables, can anyone provide a good explanation of two parts of this code example?

I am trying to learn how to turn XML into heirarchical SQL tables. I have found an old code snippet from a Microsoft forum which is basically what I am trying to do, but I was wondering if someone ...
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What is the difference between these two create table statements?

a) SQL> CREATE TABLE xml_tab1(poDoc XMLTYPE); Table created. SQL> desc xml_tab1; Name Null? Type ----------------------------------------- -------- ...
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Using CoreData on a client-side application

This may be a bit more of an SO question, but... If I'm writing a client-side application for OS X that's going to sync with an online MySQL database, is there any difference on if I have CD use ...