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Display ALL posts in an RSS Feed in Wordpress

I've been asked to provide either an API or RSS feed of ALL my posts (reviews) from my movie-review site.  I'm using Wordpress.  This doesn't have to be a public feed, rather it's just used to populate another site's review database.

But, I'm stumped and can't find any solution to my issue.

I don't want to alter my default setting of 10 for my current RSS feed (i.e. www.sitename.com/feed).

Any ideas?

I can even use PHP code to connect to my DB and just make a stand alone page, but don't know the code for that.
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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
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freezillaAuthor Commented:
Yeah, I found that one but it looks like the solution was to change the default feed length from 10 to 99999, which would affect my main feed (and I don't want to do that).  What I want to do is create a custom feed for a site so that it can grab my reviews and add it to their database.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
One way to do it would be to create a second feed template, change the loop for it so it pulls all posts instead of whatever is set in the Settings and then point whatever you need to it.

Here's a tutorial that describes the process better:

http://yoast.com/custom-rss-feeds-wordpress/
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