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OPENXML sp_xml_preparedocument - how to use it?

I'm trying to upload XML into SQL Server 2000. I've never used openxml and I'm struggling with it. Below is the procedure with data.

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  1. DECLARE @idoc int
  2.  
  3. DECLARE @doc varchar (1000)
  4.  
  5. SET @doc ='
  6. <Root>
  7. <MajorFamily>
  8.         <FamilyName>CSSP Essential SW</FamilyName>
  9.         <MinorFamily>
  10.             <FamilyName>CSSP Ess SW for CallMgr Series Products</FamilyName>
  11.              <ProductNumber>CON-SESW-SBCSEU</ProductNumber>
  12.         </MinorFamily>
  13.      </MajorFamily>
  14.      <MajorFamily>
  15.         <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series</FamilyName>
  16.         <MinorFamily>
  17.             <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series Accessories</FamilyName>
  18.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSAC=</ProductNumber>
  19.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSACE=</ProductNumber>
  20.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSY-2218=</ProductNumber>
  21.              <ProductNumber>CABLEGUARD-C2940=</ProductNumber>
  22.              <ProductNumber>STK-RACKMOUNT-1RU=</ProductNumber>
  23.              <ProductNumber>WS-X2948G-RACK=</ProductNumber>
  24.              <ProductNumber>WS-X2980G-RACK=</ProductNumber>
  25.         </MinorFamily>
  26.         <MinorFamily>
  27.             <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series Software</FamilyName>
  28.              <ProductNumber>WS-C2980-EMS-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  29.         </MinorFamily>
  30.      </MajorFamily>
  31. </Root>'
  32.  
  33. EXEC sp_xml_preparedocument @idoc OUTPUT, @doc
  34.  
  35.  
  36. SELECT *
  37. FROM OPENXML (@idoc, '???', 1)
  38. WITH 
  39.  
  40. ([MajorFamilyName] nvarchar(255) '???',
  41. [MinorFamilyName] nvarchar(255) '???',
  42. [ProductNunber] nvarchar(255) '???',
  43. )
  44.  
  45. EXEC sp_xml_removedocument @idoc
  46.  
Jun 23 '08 #1
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I've managed to run it on one example

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  1. DECLARE @idoc int
  2.  
  3. DECLARE @doc varchar (1000)
  4.  
  5. SET @doc ='
  6. <Root>
  7.     <MajorFamily>
  8.         <FamilyName>Training</FamilyName>
  9.         <MinorFamily>
  10.             <FamilyName>Cisco Learning Credit</FamilyName>
  11.              <ProductNumber>TRN-CLC-000</ProductNumber>
  12.              <ProductNumber>TRN-CLC-001</ProductNumber>
  13.              <ProductNumber>TRN-CLC-003</ProductNumber>
  14.              <ProductNumber>TRN-CLC-004</ProductNumber>
  15.         </MinorFamily>
  16.      </MajorFamily>
  17. </Root>'
  18.  
  19. EXEC sp_xml_preparedocument @idoc OUTPUT, @doc
  20. print @idoc
  21.  
  22. SELECT *
  23. FROM OPENXML (@idoc, '/Root/MajorFamily/MinorFamily/ProductNumber', 1)
  24. WITH 
  25. ([ImportDate] nvarchar(255) '../../FamilyName',
  26.  [FileName] nvarchar(255) '../FamilyName',
  27.  [test] nvarchar(255) '.'
  28. )
  29.  
  30. EXEC sp_xml_removedocument @idoc
  31.  
But it fails if I add more data

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  1. DECLARE @idoc int
  2.  
  3. DECLARE @doc varchar (1000)
  4.  
  5. SET @doc ='
  6. <Root>
  7.      <MajorFamily>
  8.         <FamilyName>Advanced Services</FamilyName>
  9.         <MinorFamily>
  10.             <FamilyName>Application Oriented Networking (AON)</FamilyName>
  11.              <ProductNumber>AS-AON-PDI-8340-K9</ProductNumber>
  12.              <ProductNumber>AS-AON-PDI-BUN-K9</ProductNumber>
  13.              <ProductNumber>AS-AON-PDI-K9</ProductNumber>
  14.              <ProductNumber>AS-AON-PDI-NM-K9</ProductNumber>
  15.         </MinorFamily>
  16.      </MajorFamily>
  17.      <MajorFamily>
  18.         <FamilyName>Advanced Technology</FamilyName>
  19.         <MinorFamily>
  20.             <FamilyName>Training Category A</FamilyName>
  21.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-A</ProductNumber>
  22.         </MinorFamily>
  23.         <MinorFamily>
  24.             <FamilyName>Training Category A for APAC</FamilyName>
  25.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-A-A</ProductNumber>
  26.         </MinorFamily>
  27.         <MinorFamily>
  28.             <FamilyName>Training Category A for LATAM</FamilyName>
  29.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-A-L</ProductNumber>
  30.         </MinorFamily>
  31.         <MinorFamily>
  32.             <FamilyName>Training Category B</FamilyName>
  33.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-B</ProductNumber>
  34.         </MinorFamily>
  35.         <MinorFamily>
  36.             <FamilyName>Training Category B for APAC</FamilyName>
  37.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-B-A</ProductNumber>
  38.         </MinorFamily>
  39.         <MinorFamily>
  40.             <FamilyName>Training Category B for LATAM</FamilyName>
  41.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-B-L</ProductNumber>
  42.         </MinorFamily>
  43.         <MinorFamily>
  44.             <FamilyName>Training Category C</FamilyName>
  45.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-C</ProductNumber>
  46.         </MinorFamily>
  47.         <MinorFamily>
  48.             <FamilyName>Training Category C for APAC</FamilyName>
  49.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-C-A</ProductNumber>
  50.         </MinorFamily>
  51.         <MinorFamily>
  52.             <FamilyName>Training Category C for LATAM</FamilyName>
  53.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-C-L</ProductNumber>
  54.         </MinorFamily>
  55.         <MinorFamily>
  56.             <FamilyName>Training Category D</FamilyName>
  57.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-D</ProductNumber>
  58.         </MinorFamily>
  59.         <MinorFamily>
  60.             <FamilyName>Training Category D for APAC</FamilyName>
  61.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-D-A</ProductNumber>
  62.         </MinorFamily>
  63.         <MinorFamily>
  64.             <FamilyName>Training Category D for LATAM</FamilyName>
  65.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-D-L</ProductNumber>
  66.         </MinorFamily>
  67.         <MinorFamily>
  68.             <FamilyName>Training Category E</FamilyName>
  69.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-E</ProductNumber>
  70.         </MinorFamily>
  71.         <MinorFamily>
  72.             <FamilyName>Training Category E for APAC</FamilyName>
  73.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-E-A</ProductNumber>
  74.         </MinorFamily>
  75.         <MinorFamily>
  76.             <FamilyName>Training Category E for LATAM</FamilyName>
  77.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-E-L</ProductNumber>
  78.         </MinorFamily>
  79.         <MinorFamily>
  80.             <FamilyName>Training Category F</FamilyName>
  81.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-F</ProductNumber>
  82.         </MinorFamily>
  83.         <MinorFamily>
  84.             <FamilyName>Training Category F for APAC</FamilyName>
  85.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-F-A</ProductNumber>
  86.         </MinorFamily>
  87.         <MinorFamily>
  88.             <FamilyName>Training Category F for LATAM</FamilyName>
  89.              <ProductNumber>AS-TRAIN-F-L</ProductNumber>
  90.         </MinorFamily>
  91.      </MajorFamily>
  92.      <MajorFamily>
  93.         <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE)</FamilyName>
  94.         <MinorFamily>
  95.             <FamilyName>ACE Appliance</FamilyName>
  96.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-1F-K9</ProductNumber>
  97.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-2F-K9</ProductNumber>
  98.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-BAS-SK-K9</ProductNumber>
  99.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-BUN-SK-K9</ProductNumber>
  100.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-K9</ProductNumber>
  101.              <ProductNumber>ACE-4710-K9=</ProductNumber>
  102.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-01-LIC</ProductNumber>
  103.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-02-LIC</ProductNumber>
  104.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-02-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  105.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-04-UP1=</ProductNumber>
  106.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-04-UP2=</ProductNumber>
  107.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-1000-LIC</ProductNumber>
  108.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-1000-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  109.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-500-LIC</ProductNumber>
  110.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-500-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  111.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-UP1=</ProductNumber>
  112.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-C-UP3=</ProductNumber>
  113.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-OPT-LIC-K9</ProductNumber>
  114.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-OPT-LIC-K9=</ProductNumber>
  115.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SSL-05K-K9</ProductNumber>
  116.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SSL-05K-K9=</ProductNumber>
  117.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SSL-7K-K9</ProductNumber>
  118.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SSL-7K-K9=</ProductNumber>
  119.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SSL-UP1-K9=</ProductNumber>
  120.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-SW-1.7A</ProductNumber>
  121.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-VIRT-020</ProductNumber>
  122.              <ProductNumber>ACE-AP-VIRT-020=</ProductNumber>
  123.         </MinorFamily>
  124.         <MinorFamily>
  125.             <FamilyName>ACE Global Site Selector</FamilyName>
  126.              <ProductNumber>GSS-4492R-K9</ProductNumber>
  127.              <ProductNumber>SF-GSS-DDOSLIC</ProductNumber>
  128.              <ProductNumber>SF-GSS-DDOSLIC=</ProductNumber>
  129.              <ProductNumber>SF-GSS-DNSLIC</ProductNumber>
  130.              <ProductNumber>SF-GSS-DNSLIC=</ProductNumber>
  131.              <ProductNumber>SF-GSS-V2.0-K9</ProductNumber>
  132.         </MinorFamily>
  133.         <MinorFamily>
  134.             <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE) Bundles</FamilyName>
  135.              <ProductNumber>WS-C6504-E-ACE-K9</ProductNumber>
  136.              <ProductNumber>WS-C6504E-ACE20-K9</ProductNumber>
  137.              <ProductNumber>WS-C6509-E-ACE-K9</ProductNumber>
  138.              <ProductNumber>WS-C6509E-ACE20-K9</ProductNumber>
  139.         </MinorFamily>
  140.         <MinorFamily>
  141.             <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE) Licenses</FamilyName>
  142.              <ProductNumber>ACE-04G-LIC</ProductNumber>
  143.              <ProductNumber>ACE-08G-LIC</ProductNumber>
  144.              <ProductNumber>ACE-16G-LIC</ProductNumber>
  145.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-H248</ProductNumber>
  146.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-H323</ProductNumber>
  147.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-H323=</ProductNumber>
  148.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-NO-APP</ProductNumber>
  149.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-RTU</ProductNumber>
  150.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SIP</ProductNumber>
  151.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SIP=</ProductNumber>
  152.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SW2000</ProductNumber>
  153.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SW3000-K9</ProductNumber>
  154.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SW3000-K9=</ProductNumber>
  155.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SEC-LIC-K9</ProductNumber>
  156.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-05K-K9</ProductNumber>
  157.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-05K-K9=</ProductNumber>
  158.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-10K-K9</ProductNumber>
  159.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-10K-K9=</ProductNumber>
  160.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-15K-K9</ProductNumber>
  161.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-15K-K9=</ProductNumber>
  162.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-UP1-K9=</ProductNumber>
  163.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SSL-UP2-K9=</ProductNumber>
  164.              <ProductNumber>ACE-UPG1-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  165.              <ProductNumber>ACE-UPG2-LIC=</ProductNumber>
  166.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-020</ProductNumber>
  167.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-020=</ProductNumber>
  168.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-050</ProductNumber>
  169.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-050=</ProductNumber>
  170.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-100</ProductNumber>
  171.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-100=</ProductNumber>
  172.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-250</ProductNumber>
  173.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-250=</ProductNumber>
  174.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-UP1=</ProductNumber>
  175.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-UP2=</ProductNumber>
  176.              <ProductNumber>ACE-VIRT-UP3=</ProductNumber>
  177.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-SBC-K9</ProductNumber>
  178.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-SBC-K9=</ProductNumber>
  179.         </MinorFamily>
  180.         <MinorFamily>
  181.             <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE) Service Module</FamilyName>
  182.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SW2000-K9</ProductNumber>
  183.              <ProductNumber>ACE-SBC-SW2000-K9=</ProductNumber>
  184.              <ProductNumber>ACE10-6500-K9</ProductNumber>
  185.              <ProductNumber>ACE10-6500-K9=</ProductNumber>
  186.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-MOD-K9</ProductNumber>
  187.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-MOD-K9=</ProductNumber>
  188.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-SBC-K9</ProductNumber>
  189.              <ProductNumber>ACE20-SBC-K9=</ProductNumber>
  190.         </MinorFamily>
  191.         <MinorFamily>
  192.             <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE) Software</FamilyName>
  193.              <ProductNumber>SC6K-3.0.0A14-ACE</ProductNumber>
  194.              <ProductNumber>SC6K-3.0.0A16-ACE</ProductNumber>
  195.              <ProductNumber>SC6K-A21-ACE</ProductNumber>
  196.         </MinorFamily>
  197.         <MinorFamily>
  198.             <FamilyName>Application Control Engine (ACE) XML Gateway</FamilyName>
  199.              <ProductNumber>ACE-WAF-GAT-LICFX</ProductNumber>
  200.              <ProductNumber>ACE-WAF-GAT-LICFX=</ProductNumber>
  201.              <ProductNumber>ACE-WAF-MGT-LICFX</ProductNumber>
  202.              <ProductNumber>ACE-WAF-MGT-LICFX=</ProductNumber>
  203.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-FIPS</ProductNumber>
  204.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-GAT-LICFX</ProductNumber>
  205.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-GAT-LICFX=</ProductNumber>
  206.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-GATE-LIC</ProductNumber>
  207.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-K9</ProductNumber>
  208.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-MGMT-LIC</ProductNumber>
  209.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-MGT-LICFX</ProductNumber>
  210.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-MGT-LICFX=</ProductNumber>
  211.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-NF-K9</ProductNumber>
  212.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-NONFIPS</ProductNumber>
  213.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-SW-5.0</ProductNumber>
  214.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-SW-5.1</ProductNumber>
  215.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-SW-5.2</ProductNumber>
  216.              <ProductNumber>ACE-XML-SW-6.0</ProductNumber>
  217.              <ProductNumber>HDD-AXG-360G5=</ProductNumber>
  218.         </MinorFamily>
  219.      </MajorFamily>
  220. </Root>'
  221.  
  222. EXEC sp_xml_preparedocument @idoc OUTPUT, @doc
  223. print @idoc
  224.  
  225. SELECT *
  226. FROM OPENXML (@idoc, '/Root/MajorFamily/MinorFamily/ProductNumber', 1)
  227. WITH 
  228. ([ImportDate] nvarchar(255) '../../FamilyName',
  229.  [FileName] nvarchar(255) '../FamilyName',
  230.  [test] nvarchar(255) '.'
  231. )
  232.  
  233. EXEC sp_xml_removedocument @idoc
  234.  
I'm getting this error

Server: Msg 6603, Level 16, State 1, Procedure sp_xml_preparedocument, Line 224
XML parsing error: The following tags were not closed: Root, MajorFamily, MinorFamily, ProductNumber.
Jun 23 '08 #2
It is working after changing data type to varchar(8000) and removing some characters.

However the file I have is 8mb of text and I'm getting this error

The text, ntext, and image data types are invalid for local variables.


Does anyone know how to pass large file into stored procedure? Using T-SQL or VB?
Jun 24 '08 #3
Try using varchar(max) instead of text
http://www.teratrax.com/articles/varchar_max.html
Jan 25 '10 #4
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  1. BEGIN
  2. DECLARE @idoc int 
  3.  
  4. DECLARE @doc nvarchar(max) 
  5.  
  6. SET @doc =' 
  7. <Root> 
  8. <MajorFamily> 
  9.         <FamilyName>CSSP Essential SW</FamilyName> 
  10.         <MinorFamily> 
  11.             <FamilyName>CSSP Ess SW for CallMgr Series Products</FamilyName> 
  12.              <ProductNumber>CON-SESW-SBCSEU</ProductNumber> 
  13.         </MinorFamily> 
  14.      </MajorFamily> 
  15.      <MajorFamily> 
  16.         <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series</FamilyName> 
  17.         <MinorFamily> 
  18.             <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series Accessories</FamilyName> 
  19.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSAC=</ProductNumber> 
  20.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSACE=</ProductNumber> 
  21.              <ProductNumber>CAB-RPSY-2218=</ProductNumber> 
  22.              <ProductNumber>CABLEGUARD-C2940=</ProductNumber> 
  23.              <ProductNumber>STK-RACKMOUNT-1RU=</ProductNumber> 
  24.              <ProductNumber>WS-X2948G-RACK=</ProductNumber> 
  25.              <ProductNumber>WS-X2980G-RACK=</ProductNumber> 
  26.         </MinorFamily> 
  27.         <MinorFamily> 
  28.             <FamilyName>Catalyst 2900 Series Software</FamilyName> 
  29.              <ProductNumber>WS-C2980-EMS-LIC=</ProductNumber> 
  30.         </MinorFamily> 
  31.      </MajorFamily> 
  32. </Root>' 
  33.  
  34. EXEC sp_xml_preparedocument @idoc OUTPUT, @doc 
  35.  
  36.  
  37. SELECT * 
  38. FROM OPENXML (@idoc, 'Root/MajorFamily/MinorFamily/ProductNumber', 1) 
  39. WITH ([MajorFamilyName] nvarchar(255) '../../FamilyName', 
  40. [MinorFamilyName] nvarchar(255) '../FamilyName', 
  41. [ProductNunber] nvarchar(255) '../ProductNumber') 
  42.  
  43. EXEC sp_xml_removedocument @idoc 
  44. END
try with the above script .. it will work
Jan 1 '14 #5
Dormilich
8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
@Yathirajalb, I guess after 4 years the problem is of no more importance.
Jan 2 '14 #6

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The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 3 Apr 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome former...
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In our work, we often need to import Excel data into databases (such as MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle) for data analysis and processing. Usually, we use database tools like Navicat or the Excel import...
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A Canon printer is a smart device known for being advanced, efficient, and reliable. It is designed for home, office, and hybrid workspace use and can also be used for a variety of purposes. However,...
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Variable and constants Use var or let for variables and const fror constants. Var foo ='bar'; Let foo ='bar';const baz ='bar'; Functions function $name$ ($parameters$) { } ...
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In our work, we often receive Excel tables with data in the same format. If we want to analyze these data, it can be difficult to analyze them because the data is spread across multiple Excel files...
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Hi All, I am Emmanuel katto from Uganda. I want to ask what challenges you've faced while migrating a website to cloud. Please let me know. Thanks! Emmanuel
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hello, everyone, I want to develop a software for my android phone for daily needs, any suggestions?
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There are some requirements for setting up RAID: 1. The motherboard and BIOS support RAID configuration. 2. The motherboard has 2 or more available SATA protocol SSD/HDD slots (including MSATA, M.2...

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