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Personally...

I'd push back pretty hard on that. Prettified XML isn't needed for any
packaged XML parser...

Requiring it may be an indication of a hand rolled parser whose quarks and
limitations you really don't want to get into making allowances for.

If they simply want a human to look at it, tell them to simply load it up
into notepad++ or some other PC tool and prettify it when they want to look
at it.

Charles


On Thu, May 12, 2022 at 11:02 AM Jimmy Sansi <jsansi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm currently outputting an XML doc to the IFS using embedded SQL, no
issue there.

Now the person on the receiving end is demanding the <?xml version="1.0"
encoding="UTF-8?> be on line 1 of the document followed by a line feed
with the XML data starting on the second line.

Was hoping to accomplish this using SQL instead of a re-write to output
using pure RPG. Is there a way to have SQL output formatted/indented
XML?
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