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select sql from normal column and xml  datatype

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Hi EE,

I have following table format and using xmlreader to query data on asp.net app. But I can not access the value of ID column?
how to handle such issue?

sql = select ID, Data from TBL

Column  Name  DataType
ID                      int
Data                  XML

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XML reader is used for reading only xml content.
use data reader or data adapter for reading the ID column.
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