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dynamic query generation in xml

 
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sir,
1.is it possible to connect sql or msascess to xml database or xml field.
2.how to update & delete records,values in xml database.
3.is it possible to create dynamic query creation in xml.
4.in my project iam using asp as front end & xml as backend
my details of project are
i had created five combo boxes in asp it is
1.client name 2.date 3.project4.facility 5.technician. if i had selected the client name the full details
of the client should be generated as reports in that page
this report should generate as a table as follows
1.client name 2.joborderno 3.date 4.employeename 5.logsheetno
6.facility 7.unit 8.rateper unit 9.amount
this report how it should generate is i had created
two tables for ex 1.logsheet 2.billitem from this two table
ihave to get the reports as mentioned above .
that two tables should be dynamically updated .
how i can able to get the reports from the tables.please
send me a sample codes related to this.and also your suggestions.
thankyou
expecting your reply immediately
 
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"senthilkumar",
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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