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OPENXML Case Sensitive in SQL 2000

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I found that OpenXML seems to be case sensitive,
it means that it cannot find match columnname if case is different.

Case-Sensitive is not good for me,  I hope to set it up to case insensitive,
is it possible? I can do it through my programming language. But want to know is it possible in SQL 2000 itself.
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XML is case sensitive ....

you may require to include some case insensitive SGML parser in your stored
procedures.

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