Shred XML and import the data into an SQL Server database.
The following examples illustrate how Exult maps XML Elements and attributes to Database Tables and Columns.
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Exult Professional Edition for SQL Server has been optimized for the following versions of SQL Server:
|Hardware||Any reasonably recent PC or Workstation.||Operating System||
Windows Server 2008 or 2003
Access to an SQL Server Database
The SQL Server database can be located on the local machine or on a remote server.
In case of problems connecting to SQL Server, you may need to install the SQL Server Native Client.
You can use the Exult Professional Edition for SQL Server in trial mode for 14 days. During the trial period, about 50% of the information in the XML file is imported correctly into the SQL Server database. To be able to import the data completely, upgrade to the registered version.
You are encouraged to complete the purchase of a license as soon as possible once you determine that Exult Professional Edition for SQL Server is suitable for you. You can always return it for a refund within 30 days if you are not satisfied.
Bug fix upgrades are free for the lifetime of the product. We won't ask you to pay again for an upgrade if you find a bug in the version you have purchased.
When you purchase the Exult Professional Edition for SQL Server, you won't be caught purchasing an older version when a newer version is around the corner. You get free upgrades to the latest version for upto 90 days from the date of your purchase.
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