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I'm the the process of creating an ssis package to import data from xml file to a database staging table. Using the XML source file transformation, I tried to generate an XSD to create an XSD from the file but have being getting the error below.


Any help will be appreciated.

TITLE: Microsoft Visual Studio
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'', hexadecimal value 0x02, is an invalid character. Line 6378, position 24.

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this means that your XML file contains data that is not valid XML in regards to XSD ...
please post the relevant file(s)  [make sure you don't post sensitive data, though]
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