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Exporting an XML record to a file

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I am looking for the best way to export a record in a table that has been saved as XML.  I have available to me SSIS.  What would be the best way to do this?  Any pointers to webpages or articles would also be very helpful to me.
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It is an export from XML to a file.
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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
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If it is really and Xml document saved in a column, then it should be as simple as creating an export package with a query like this:
SELECT YourXmlColumn
FROM YourTable
WHERE <add your condition here>
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Hi Anthony
Many thanks for this simple and effective solution.

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