David McKinney

I've Got the XML - Now What?

Getting a result set of XML is the easy part, but what about exporting the data in a human readable format? Most DBAs don't
spend a lot of time formatting XML output, but it doesn't hurt to know how. New author David McKinney brings us a technique for generating an XML article and then using SSIS and XSL to transform it into an HTML page.

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