Table-Valued Function to Split Strings with Xml

  • Oscar D. Garcia

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  • WayneS

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    There are some characters that are "special" to XML; if they are present in the string they will cause the string to not be converted into XML. If you're going to write a function for this, then you really need to include converting those characters is present so that it will still work.

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    Can you please elaborate Wayne.

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    Thanks for the script.

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