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Posted Tuesday, August 2, 2011 12:17 PM
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Hi All,

In my current project we have requirement where i have to convert CSV file to XML file format based on XSD file using SSIS & T-sql .
Could you please let me know the best way of converting CSV to XML file format...

Thanks for your help

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Posted Tuesday, August 2, 2011 1:20 PM


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Have you considered using XSLT to transform the file? If you already have an XSD then mapping the input columns to that should be trivial with a decent XML Development IDE. Check out XML Spy.

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Posted Tuesday, August 2, 2011 2:35 PM
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Thanks for your suggestion ,however our team is looking for something Open source.let me know if we have something like XML Spy which is open source.

I have the XSD file for my XML file ,Can we convert using some .net plug in ?
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krish.sett (8/2/2011)
Thanks for your suggestion ,however our team is looking for something Open source.let me know if we have something like XML Spy which is open source.

I have the XSD file for my XML file ,Can we convert using some .net plug in ?

XML Spy is just a development tool. SSIS, which you said you were open to using, will do the actual conversion of your CSV file to an XML file using the XSLT file you designed in XML Spy and the XSD you were given. Have a look at the XML Task in SSIS. You would be looking at a config similar to this:



If XML Spy is too pricey search for "free xslt designer" or "open source xml ide" and see what turns up.


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Thanks for the info.....so basically i need to create a XSLT file for my XML file so that i can use XML Task Editor for the conversion.

This is really awesome...thanks for the suggestion and will work on creating XSLT file (Its new stuff to me) and will let you once i am done.

Once again thank u very much
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krish.sett (8/3/2011)
Thanks for the info.....so basically i need to create a XSLT file for my XML file so that i can use XML Task Editor for the conversion.

This is really awesome...thanks for the suggestion and will work on creating XSLT file (Its new stuff to me) and will let you once i am done.

Once again thank u very much


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thanks alot for the info


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