The rich XML support in SQL Server 2000 makes it easy to map relational data to XML. Discover how to use SQL Server and XML to move your critical business processes to the Web with the expanded 2nd edition of this popular title for solution developers. You'll learn how to retrieve XML data from a database, insert XML data into the database, and manipulate it in extensible database solutions, using familiar standards such as XPath, XDR schemas, XSL Transformation, HTTP, OLE DB, plus newer tools. You'll also find up-to-date coverage of the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), the Microsoft .NET Framework, SQLXML 3.0, XML Web services, Updategrams, client-side XML processing, and other vital topics. Topics covered include: SQL, XML, and the business Internet Retrieving XML data with Transact-SQL Inserting XML data with the OpenXML function Publishing databases with Internet Information Services Using XML templates to retrieve data over HTTP Using ADO for XML data access NEW TOPICS IN THIS EDITION INCLUDE: Accessing XML data from .NET applications Client-side XML processing Modifying data with Updategrams Modifying data with Diffgrams Accessing data using SOAPINCLUDES SAMPLE CODE ON THE WEB! Code samples available at the Companion Content link on this pageThe XML Bulk Load Component To enable the bulk loading of XML data, SQLXML 1.0 and later provide a programmable COM component called the XML Bulk Load component. You can use this component to import XML data into SQL Serveranbsp;...
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