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Delphi 6 XML import into MySQL

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Hi,

have a problem, I have created a connection to web service that sends me back offical current exchange rates. I get back the results that I have to import into a mySQL database, the resulting XML is attached to this question.

I have tried various approaches to import data, but all have failed. Is there something wrong with a response?!
Or I just didn't find the right solution? If so, what should I do?

I use Delphi 6 and mySQL 5. something.

Thnx,
The_Player
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@dinilud:
Ok... So, what the article is telling me is that there is no easy way of importing data from XML into database and that I have to parse and "walk" XML tree myself? (I hope I didn't got it right :( )

If this is the case, is there at least any XML parser to create a tree from XML?
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Thanks... :)
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Actually, when I continued the way you mentioned, I found this very useful guide: http://www.agnisoft.com/white_papers/SOAP1.asp :)

After doing a step by step procedure I had a convertor up and running in no time! :)
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