This article is the third part of the XML support and SQL Server article series. In this part, I'll first talk about what fundamental problems we have in integration XML and SQL Server. Then, I'll cover what storage options we have in SQL Server to store the XML data in SQL Server. Finally, I'll demonstrate how we can open, create and edit XML documents using SQL Server Management Studio.
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Basit Farooq is a Lead Database Administrator, Trainer and Technical author. He has more than a decade of IT experience in development, technical training, and database administration on Microsoft SQL Server platforms. Basit has authored numerous SQL Server technical articles and developed and implemented many successful database infrastructure, data warehouse and BI projects. He holds a master's degree in computer science from London Metropolitan University and industry standard certifications from Microsoft, Sun, Cisco, Brainbench, Prosoft and APM, including MCITP Database Administrator 2008, MCITP Database Administrator 2005, MCDBA SQL Server 2000 and MCTS .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications.
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