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Can Access FrontEnds run T-SQL/XML


Can Access FrontEnds run T-SQL/XML

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Hi guys, I'm not knowledgeable about XML or T-SQL but do you know whether it's possible to use syntax such as Arthur's revised query in Access?
I know that Access can run stored procedures in SQL Server but can the above be considered a stored procedure?

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1355591-21-1.aspx
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I don't see why you couldn't use a pass-through query to invoke the SQL Server function - although there are several limitations with pass-through queries. But Access has had the ability to read and import XML files (that are well structured) since 2003, and can display it in a tabular format, so I would probably do it that way.

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Thanks, so with Access can you manipulate namespaces like you see doing here> http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1360396-21-1.aspx
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I'm in way over my head on this, as I've never done any .NET programming or worked extensively with xml, but in theory I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. But it's not clear to me what value there would be in using an Access front-end to do that sort of thing when there are other tools with fewer limitations. It seems a bit like trying to pound a nail in using a screwdriver.

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