Hello,

I am looking for some tools or wrapper, which makes it possible to create SQL Tables or Views for a XML Schema.

The only thing i have found was from Altova, but it costs money.

asked 08 Jun '12, 09:20

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Some freeware possibilities:

  1. xsd2db and Visual Studio 2008- see here.
  2. ixsd2db - see here.
  3. If you create the schema yourself, you can use SQL Anywhere's OPENXML() procedure to shred the XML and generate a relational result set that you can load using INSERT FROM SELECT.
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answered 08 Jun '12, 09:43

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