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GBaksh says,. Hi, Thanks a lot. It was working fine.
NJ says,. XMLData is defined in your pkg as a string. How do you adjust for when it blows the char size limit?
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Mine works fine except when my SQL returns a large resultset that blows up the package because of the limit. Susan says,. The string variable doesn't seem to handle the "replace" on large XML files.
How can I work around that? I need to remove the auto generated ROOT element. I'm on SSIS Thanks, Susan.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 8 years, 5 months ago. Active 8 years, 5 months ago. Viewed 3k times. As far as I can see I have 3 options: Add a column in the table for each extra value Add a linked table which references the original table and has records only where we need to store a value Use the XML data type in the original table and store all of the values in this.
Are there any other options that I've not considered? Matthew Steeples Matthew Steeples 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 16 16 bronze badges.
To add a personal rant against xml abuse in a database I'd answer directly to the question in the title and say a big fat: NEVER! For the actual body of the question I'll let the colleagues help you, because you already have very good answers PS: you can actually ignore my first sentence. How many extra fields are you talking about? And do they make sense to be part of the same Entity? Gaius Gaius I think sparse columns are what I'm after.
I'm expecting a very small amount of data to be stored in probably a handful of columns on certain tables. I'm not sure if I' reading this right, but according to this link sparse columns are basically a database implementation of what I was looking at for 3 anyway aren't they? Adds complexity when you consider point 1.