1.2 Import multiple XML files into SQL Server

It is just as easy to import multiple XML files into SQL Server using Exult as importing a single file. The following is a quick walkthrough illustrating the same.

  1. Click Next on the The Welcome Screen.
  2. The Trial Information Screen provides information about the limitations of the trial version. Appears only in the trial version of Exult for SQL Server.
  3. The Database Connection Screen requests the information needed to connect to an SQL Server database. This 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 where you select the XML files you want to process. You can click Add File to add a local file (on your computer), or Add URL to add a remote file URL. The example screenshot shows 50 XML files selected for processing. Importing multiple XML files into SQL
  5. The XML Import Progress Screen shows the progress of the XML file import. Importing multiple XML URLs into SQL
  6. The Data Preview Screen allows you to browse the data imported by the import process. Previewing Data after importing XML into SQL
  7. The Finish Screen is the last screen in the process.

Argon DataViz

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Swift XML Converter

Query & extract XML data into Microsoft Excel (XLS), Microsoft Access (MDB or ACCDB), or CSV.

Exult Standard

Convert XML into Microsoft Excel (XLS), Microsoft Access (MDB or ACCDB), or CSV.

Exult SQL Server

Shred and import XML into SQL Server.

Exult MySQL

Import XML data into automatically created MySQL tables.

Exult Oracle

Import XML into Oracle.