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NG_cap
Calcite | Level 5

Hi, 

 

I have a table with XML data stored in an column of an MySQL table. I would like to read and parse the data into individual tables. 

 

All the example that I have found read the data from a xml file. I have the map file ready to parse the data. 

 

How do I import such stored data? 

 

-NG

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RW9
Diamond | Level 26 RW9
Diamond | Level 26

Well, the simplest way, without looking at documentation to see if direct code is possible, is to just read the database as string, and write it out to a temporary file.  Then import it in using normal methods and your map file.  I know its writing out and reading in but its only a few lines of code.  

NG_cap
Calcite | Level 5

With all the reading and writing, this will soon become a time consuming process. I would rather have a way to directly read the data and then parse it using a map. 

 

This might be the hail mary option.

abhityagi
Obsidian | Level 7

Please go thru from the given belo link pdf. you will get the idea.

 

http://scsug.org/SCSUGProceedings/2008/papers/app/Mayumi_Takada.pdf

 

Thanks,

Abhi

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