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XML to SQL conversion

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I have the following XML file and want inserting into a SQL table, the problem I am having is that the XML has two row nodes.
These need to be inserted into one row, when I code the insert the xml is spread over two rows.
Could any body help.

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clucasi (5/27/2014)
I have the following XML file and want inserting into a SQL table, the problem I am having is that the XML has two row nodes.
These need to be inserted into one row, when I code the insert the xml is spread over two rows.
Could any body help.

Cheers


Hi there. I don't see any example code or attachment. Also, if this is just an XML question and has nothing to do with CLR / .Net integration, then maybe the question should be posted to a general SQL programming forum?

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It helps to be able to see what you are seeing. If this is still an issue for you can you post a sample of your xml data? Have you looked into the XML source in SSIS?

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