Fun with XML, the end

(At least I hope it’s the end, LOL!). Here are the various parts to my mini-series so far, which is the story behind all of this (part 1), the technical deep dive into the SQL query (part 2), a bit about namespaces in the FOR XML (part 3) and finally a bit about validating an XML file against an XSD schema (part 4).

So, what is this post about? This is taking a step back to describe the process itself. The part 1 story tells you what I’m doing, and ultimately I am all about the process. It’s one thing to create some code in order to create an XML file, but ultimately the best solution for an ongoing, repeatable process is to think about the end to end steps from the point of view of the user. This is about the “solution” that I created, which may give you some ideas on either the thought process behind it, or ideas on how to mimic the same thing yourself for a process of your own on something else.

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