1.1 Import a single XML file into SQL Server

Exult makes it very easy to import an XML file into SQL Server, automatically creating the tables and the required relationships. The following is a walkthrough which illustrates the process.

  1. The Welcome Screen presents useful information about Exult including the version and some latest changes.
  2. The Trial Information Screen provides some information about the limitations of the trial version. Appears only in the trial version of Exult for SQL Server.
  3. The Database Connection Screen allows you to connect to an SQL Server database. Information required here includes the location of the database server, the type of the authentication used (Windows Authentication or SQL Server Authentication), user name and password to connect (for SQL Server Authentication), and optionally, the database to connect to. Connecting to SQL Server
  4. The XML File Selection Screen is shown once the connection to SQL Server is successfully made. This example shows a single XML file selected for processing. Selecting XML files for importing into SQL
  5. The XML Import Progress Screen shows the progress of the XML import process. Importing XML into an SQL Server database
  6. The Data Preview Screen shows the tables and the data imported by the XML import. Previewing Data after importing XML into SQL
  7. And that is how easy it is to import XML into SQL Server using Exult. The Finish Screen completes the process.

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