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Hi All,

I have a stored procedure with a param @culture char(5)

How do I use that param in an xquery modify delete statement?

DECLARE @modified xml
.... additional code setting the @modified
SET @modified.modify('delete (//Properties/Cultures/Culture[@cultureName != "{ xs:string(sql:variable("@culture")) }"])')

error:
XQuery [modify()]: Syntax error near '@', expected ']'
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Have you tried:
SET @modified.modify('delete (//Properties/Cultures/Culture[@cultureName != sql:variable("@culture")])')

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