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Convertion of xml file to sql file.

 
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Hi All,

I have a xml file with data. I want to convert it into sql file using java. so that i can use that sql file for further cases.Please Reply...

Thanks.
 
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The ServingXML toolkit has utilities like that.


"Please Reply" Why did you think that necessary?

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Hi,

Actually in my project, we convert the data from text files to xml file and after that we are inserting into database. But in between i need to get the sql file so that it can be useful like backups.
In sql file we need to maintain data and sql query. of that particular table. I have sql server database, Iam getting sql file from database backup. But i need while inserting into database.

Please Help me.

ThankYou.
 
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Well, that didn't sound anything like your original post. Actually I didn't understand it at all. But I think that's because I don't understand what you mean when you say "the sql file". What exactly is an "SQL file" anyway?
 
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