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How do I extract xml data into text in Oracle? Please provide with detail steps, thanks.
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if you can give an example I can give a more precise answer but, in general  you'll use these functions...

EXTRACT
EXTRACTVALUE
XMLTABLE


as an example,  check out this question   http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_27325493.html#36601619
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The steps depend on the xml and the requirements.

Please provide sample data and expected results.

Until then check out the EXTRACTVALUE sql function.
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The solution has not direct impact on the issue.
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Instead of the 'B' grade, if you needed additional information why didn't you ask?
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I disagree with the closing statement as well.

Given those are the exact functions needed,  how could they NOT have a direct impact?

If you needed more specifics,  then as noted in the very first post, you need to provide additional details for us to work with.
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