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Re: Finding data between XML tags using SQL



fixed

You could try the LOCATE function in the WHERE-clause

Regards,
Carel Teijgeler

On 17-6-2014 15:18, Alan Shore wrote:
Hi everyone
Before I forget - we are on V5r4

For order settlements, we use a web service with XML
Each transmission (XML request and XML receipt) is stored in a file

My question is (hopefully it makes sense)
Using SQL - how can I display (via SQL) the data between XML tags (including the tags)
For example - if I supplied the XML tags of for the XML RESPONSE
<range> and </range>

I would want the following displayed

<range>0</range>
Etc.
For all the records
Hope this makes sense
I am having trouble trying to think where to start

As always - all answers gratefully appreciated

Anyone
Alan Shore
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