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I am using SQL Server 2000 and I have the following DML for a table I've created, followed by a snippet of the XML data file. As you can see from the data, there are multiple <INDIVIDUAL_ORDER> elements. I want to load this data into the table XML_TEST. The XML file is in a folder that the server has access to. It has been several years since I've done anything with XML and rememeber I researched forever to figure it out back then (no EE at the time) and don't want to repeat the experience.

I would greatly appreciate any help in coming up with the appropriate code to produce the required results.
CREATE TABLE XML_TEST

(

  SHIP_DATE DATETIME NULL,

  PRODUCT_ID CHAR(10) NOT NULL,

  VNDR_PART VARCHAR(25) NOT NULL,

  [DESCRIPTION] VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,

  SHIP_TO CHAR(6) NOT NULL,

  Z_NAME VARCHAR(25) NOT NULL,

  CUST_NAME VARCHAR(25) NOT NULL,

  ADDRESS1 VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,

  ADDRESS2 VARCHAR(50) NULL,

  ADDRESS3 VARCHAR(50) NULL,

  CITY VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL,

  STATE CHAR(2) NOT NULL,

  ZIP VARCHAR(10) NOT NULL,

  CUST_TEL BIGINT NOT NULL,

  SERIAL_NUM VARCHAR(20) NOT NULL,

  CUSTOMER_PO VARCHAR(10) NULL

)
 
 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<COMPANY_LOGISTICS_DATA xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">

<INDIVIDUAL_ORDER>

<SHIP_DATE>2009-04-07</SHIP_DATE>

<PRODUCT_ID>0000217052</PRODUCT_ID>

<VNDR_PART>BHS2WRF(322)-2-SER</VNDR_PART>

<DESCRIPTION>2WIRE 2701 FILTERED KIT-2-Seri</DESCRIPTION>

<SHIP_TO>000618</SHIP_TO>

<Z_NAME>XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX</Z_NAME>

<CUST_NAME>XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX</CUST_NAME>

<ADDRESS1>1234 MAIN ST</ADDRESS1>

<ADDRESS2></ADDRESS2>

<ADDRESS3></ADDRESS3>

<CITY>BLAND                         </CITY>

<STATE>VA</STATE>

<ZIP>24315-0000</ZIP>

<CUST_TEL>1234567890</CUST_TEL>

<SERIAL_NUM>123456789012</SERIAL_NUM>

<CUSTOMER_PO>0009443938</CUSTOMER_PO>

</INDIVIDUAL_ORDER>

<INDIVIDUAL_ORDER>

<SHIP_DATE>2009-04-07</SHIP_DATE>

<PRODUCT_ID>0000217052</PRODUCT_ID>

<VNDR_PART>BHS2WRF(322)-2-SER</VNDR_PART>

<DESCRIPTION>2WIRE 2701 FILTERED KIT-2-Seri</DESCRIPTION>

<SHIP_TO>000639</SHIP_TO>

<Z_NAME>ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZZ</Z_NAME>

<CUST_NAME>ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZZ</CUST_NAME>

<ADDRESS1>9876 ANY ST</ADDRESS1>

<ADDRESS2></ADDRESS2>

<ADDRESS3></ADDRESS3>

<CITY>MIAMI                      </CITY>

<STATE>FL</STATE>

<ZIP>33513-0000</ZIP>

<CUST_TEL>9876543210</CUST_TEL>

<SERIAL_NUM>940919017604</SERIAL_NUM>

<CUSTOMER_PO>0009443673</CUSTOMER_PO>

</INDIVIDUAL_ORDER>

</COMPANY_LOGISTICS_DATA>

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Is there a way to do this completely within SQL with T-SQL and without the mapping file? It seems like I recall that is how I did it before (without the mapping file).
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Possibly, but that doesn't sound right. T-SQL doesn't usually have access to files (as far as I know).
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In the code sample, it includes:
<ElementType name="CustomerId" dt:type="int" />

What would I use for dt:type=""
to map the BIGINT and the DATETIME (it is actually just a date without a time component in the XML file) datatypes?
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You can use bigint directly. Datetime will be at zero hour of the date.
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Thanks. I got it to work.
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