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Query SQL text to XML

Query SQL text to XML

Query SQL text to XML

(OP)
hi,

Is there any tool that can convert SQL Query Text to XML format? or a predefined XML format to store Query SQL text?

Thanks

RE: Query SQL text to XML

Not that I know of.

Why would you want to store T/SQL statements as XML?  Nothing would be able to run them without turning them back into T/SQL.

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RE: Query SQL text to XML

CODE

<statement>SELECT * FROM blah</statement>
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RE: Query SQL text to XML

Posting a sample XML document with a SQL query in it doesn't answer my initial question.

Quote (mrdenny):


Why would you want to store T/SQL statements as XML?

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