The SQL Server 2005 XML Temptress

  • Grant Fritchey

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    We probably could use BCP and realize some performance improvements, definately. However, we're finding the performance is more than adequate, we've got it in Production as well as having tested it to a fair thee well, and the amount of code on both sides of the equation, the app server & the database, is a lot less than implementing a bcp solution would be. It really is working. Don't get me wrong. I don't see it as a magic bullet. It merely fills our needs well and could fill others needs under similar circumstances. As usual with databases, it depends.

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