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Some useful tips for using XML in SQL Server 2019

Some useful tips for using XML in SQL Server 2019 Consider replacing OPENXML with the XML nodes() function. The nodes() function is useful when you want to shred an xml data type instance into relational data. The result of the nodes() function is a rowset that contains logical copies of the original XML instances. Use CROSS APPLY to get data…...

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Some tips for using XML in SQL Server 2017

Some tips for using XML in SQL Server 2017 Consider using the XML data type. This data type is used to store XML documents in table columns or Transact-SQL variables. The XML data type can be used in variables, columns, or in stored procedure and function parameters. Use the XQuery value() method instead of the query() method when you want…...

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Tips for using XML in SQL Server 2014

Tips for using XML in SQL Server 2014 Use SQLXML instead of Native XML Web Services. Beginning in SQL Server 2014, the Native XML Web Services is removed. So, you can no longer use CREATE ENDPOINT or ALTER ENDPOINT to add or modify SOAP/HTTP endpoints. Consider using the RAW mode of FOR XML queries, instead of AUTO or EXPLICIT modes…....

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