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XMLExists with Multiple Value Parameter

Posted on 2014-11-14
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I am pulling data from a XML field in an Oracle database for use in a Crystal Report.  Currently, I'm using XMLExists with a parameter which works fine (below).  The problem is only one parameter value can be entered for each report.  Is there a way to query an XML field with a multiple value parameter?

      xmlexists('declare default element namespace "http://somenamespace.com/common/xsd"; (: :)
             /Person[Id={?ID}]' passing xmlfield)

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I suspect not.  It will depend on whether you can change the = {?ID} to IN {?ID}.

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"In" wouldn't work.  Thanks though.
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