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How to Download stock market data from any stock market related site like yahoofinance.

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           I want to download stock market data into .xml file and import .xml file data into my sql server 2005 database. I want to download live data from any stock market site who provides stock exchange data like yahoofinance,nationl stock exchange in india etc.  My application in .NET based application so please give me answer in .NET or in  java scripts.

Please help me as soon as possible..
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Perhaps these stockmarkets have webservices which you can consult.

Realtime Stock Quote Tray Icon App
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20030301.asp

C# .NET Yahoo Stock Download and Charting
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials/aspnet/f651bcc7-1256-4e4d-bbc1-95f88500d86b/c-net-yahoo-stock-downl.aspx
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Thanks for these comments. But i want to get data from these sites and store those data to my own sql server database . Is this possible without using web services.

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no, it is not. you have to get the data from webservices and split it in order to fit into your own sql server table.
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Ok please let me give some idea how to get data from web service. I never used web service till now .

Thanks.
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since webservice is a big topic, not possible to make you understand here in forum, you can have a look at http://www.w3schools.com/webservices/ws_why.asp
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hello mod,

my first answer is also allowing to download data.
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