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Posted on 2008-06-13
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how can I export this following query using the DBMS_XMLGEN.GETXML function to a file in my C:\temp drive

Select DBMS_XMLGEN.GETXML (
      'select WORKORDER.wonum,ASSET.ASSETNUM,WORKORDER.DESCRIPTION,
      (SELECT LOCATIONS.LOCATION FROM LOCATIONS WHERE WORKORDER.LOCATION=LOCATIONS.LOCATION)AS GG
      from workorder,ASSET
     where WORKORDER.ASSETNUM=ASSET.ASSETNUM AND WORKORDER.status =''COMP'' AND
    WORKORDER.WORKTYPE=''PM''')
  from dual;

all help will do
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You could use the UTL_FILE package.
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have u got an example?

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