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Re: Anyway to store XML into SQL DB?

From: "arachno" <bol_spider@-----.--->
To: NULL
Date: 7/23/2003 3:16:00 PM
Chris, what is the perfomance differences in your method compare to keeping
all data on separated xml files on disk?

cheers,
ev.


"Chris Barber" <chris@b...> wrote in message
news:ui6Ao96TDHA.3640@t......
> Wuick and easy way is to store the XML text in a 'text' field in the
> database. OK, it's not true XML interface etc. but it'll allow you a
certain
> degree of flexibility in your storage mechanisms.
> I already use this to store XML and related XSLT documents in SQL Server
> 2000 for use with client and web applications.
>


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