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Posted on 2011-03-24
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In my (partial) attached code it works...and I can output my table...but it's only picking up the FIRST  <ErrorText> content.
I need to create two identical lines of data with the ErrorText line different

I Execute it with this code
Declare @info nvarchar(300)
Set @info = 'Errors'
Declare @xml xml
Set @xml = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
  <Document>
  <XMLVersion version="1.00" />
  <Record>
  <PacketID>0000410403584837143000</PacketID>
  <PacketSequence>1</PacketSequence>
  <Ref1 />
  <Ref2 />
  <Ref3 />
  <Ref4 />
  <LienRefNum />
  <OrderNumber />
  <Status type="Error" />
  <Errors>
  <ErrorText>Invalid XML Document</ErrorText>
  <ErrorText>The element Names has invalid child element IndividualName. List of possible elements expected: MailAddress.</ErrorText>
  </Errors>
  </Record>
  </Document>'

exec sp_portal_UCC_ProcessStatusReplies_BU_LB_0324 @info, @xml
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_portal_UCC_ProcessStatusReplies_BU_LB_0324] (@xmlRequestInfo varchar(300), @xmlData xml)
AS
BEGIN
--============================================================================
--Create Temp Table and insert data
--============================================================================
	CREATE TABLE #XmlImport   
		(    
			xmlFileInfo VARCHAR(300) NOT NULL,    
			xml_data XML NOT NULL    
		) 
		
	Insert into #XmlImport
       (xmlFileInfo,xml_data)
	Select @xmlRequestInfo, @xmlData
--============================================================================
--Process Data for Select
--============================================================================
 -- variable to store the XML content
	declare @xml_text varchar(max)

 -- xml document handle             
	declare @i int                                         
  
-- get XML content from XML data type field in table into a variable  
	select @xml_text = cast(xml_data as varchar(max)) from #XmlImport  
  
-- prepare the XML document  
	exec sp_xml_preparedocument @i OUTPUT, @xml_text  

-- Reply variable
	declare @response nvarchar(200)
	set @response = @xmlRequestInfo + '-Done'

select @response as sqlReply, * from  
openxml(@i,'/Document/Record',2)  
with  
(  		
	 PacketID nvarchar(100)  
	,PacketSequence nvarchar(10)
	,Ref1 nvarchar(40) 'Ref1'
	,Ref2 nvarchar(2000) 'Ref2'
	,Ref3 nvarchar(200) 'Ref3'
	,Ref4 nvarchar(40) 'Ref4'
	,LienRefNum nvarchar(10) 'LienRefNum'
	,OrderNumber nvarchar(40) 'OrderNumber'
	,ErrorText nvarchar(1000) 'Errors/ErrorText'

) s


End

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alter PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_portal_UCC_ProcessStatusReplies_BU_LB_0324] (@xmlRequestInfo varchar(300), @xmlData xml)
AS
BEGIN
-- Reply variable
	declare @response nvarchar(200)
	set @response = @xmlRequestInfo + '-Done'

select @response as sqlReply,
	q.n.value('PacketID[1]', 'nvarchar(100)') PacketID,
	q.n.value('PacketSequence[1]', 'nvarchar(10)') PacketSequence,
	q.n.value('Ref1[1]', 'nvarchar(40)') Ref1,
	q.n.value('Ref2[1]', 'nvarchar(2000)') Ref2,
	q.n.value('Ref3[1]', 'nvarchar(200)') Ref3,
	q.n.value('Ref4[1]', 'nvarchar(40)') Ref4,
	q.n.value('LienRefNum[1]', 'nvarchar(10)') LienRefNum,
	q.n.value('OrderNumber[1]', 'nvarchar(40)') OrderNumber,
	e.t.value('.[1]', 'nvarchar(1000)') [Errors/ErrorText]
from @xmlData.nodes('/Document/Record') q(n)
outer apply q.n.nodes('Errors/ErrorText') e(t)
End
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by:lrbrister
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Perfect...thanks.
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