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Passing bulk data through xml parameter or table parameter in stored procedure, which one is better


Passing bulk data through xml parameter or table parameter in stored procedure, which one is better

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Hi,

I am passing bulk data to stored procedure through xml string for insert/update operation.
Can any one tell passing bulk data through xml or through table parameter to stored procedure, which one better, with explanation.

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Anoop Singh
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If you are able to influence the development from the off, then I would go with TVP as shreding XML is very expensive.

There are lots of resources on this very topic:

http://www.dbdelta.com/maximizing-performance-with-table-valued-parameters/
http://www.sommarskog.se/arrays-in-sql.html
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