SQL server: TSQL to pull Particular value from a sting

Hello Experts,
               I need to pull a particular value from selected columns of a table. My table looks like this (attached). I need to pull ticketID from column 1 and its location could be anywhere in the string. And from column 2 and 3, i need to pull certain strings and combine them into a  result set. Attached snippet shows current results and needed results. Please suggest.

String
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**************Current Structure*******************
Column1
28khteiwyhhgjstkeyiyg TicketId=9087764 thiwyAohigyi3jshotgh
ththeshigheowihght TicketId= 8976548 whtiohoihgahtoiehquibx
hgstjteiti TicketId= 9084778 wehowereihihanfdkhehghie
Column2
<testing><testing1>server is down. </testing1></testing>
<testing><testing1>wrongIP </testing1></testing>
<testing><testing1>NoerrorsFound</testing1></testing>
Column3
<Parameters><Parameters1>Need intervention </Parameters></Parameters1>
<Parameters><Parameters1>Contact Network team</Parameters></Parameters1>
<Parameters><Parameters1>No action needed</Parameters></Parameters1>

************Needed Result Set:************************
2 colums (TicketID and description)
TicketId ---to pull from column1
9087764
8976548
9084778

Description -- to pull from column 2 and 3 and add them
server is down. Need intervention
wrongIP Contact Network team
NoerrorsFound No action needed
Harman15Asked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
E.g.

DECLARE @Sample TABLE ( Column1 NVARCHAR(MAX) );

INSERT  INTO @Sample
VALUES  ( N'28khteiwyhhgjstkeyiyg TicketId=9087764 thiwyAohigyi3jshotgh' ),
        ( N'ththeshigheowihght TicketId= 8976548 whtiohoihgahtoiehquibx' ),
        ( N'hgstjteiti TicketId= 9084778 wehowereihihanfdkhehghie' );

WITH    Data
          AS ( SELECT   REPLACE(S.Column1, '= ', '=') AS Patched
               FROM     @Sample S
             )
    SELECT  SUBSTRING(D.Patched, PATINDEX('%TicketId=%', D.Patched) + 9, CHARINDEX(' ', SUBSTRING(D.Patched, PATINDEX('%TicketId=%', D.Patched) + 9, 1024)) - 1)
    FROM    Data D;

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Harman15Author Commented:
Hi ste5an, Thanks for your advice. The column1 in reality has more than 100 million rows. Instead of
VALUES  ( N'28khteiwyhhgjstkeyiyg TicketId=9087764 thiwyAohigyi3jshotgh' ),
        ( N'ththeshigheowihght TicketId= 8976548 whtiohoihgahtoiehquibx' ),
        ( N'hgstjteiti TicketId= 9084778 wehowereihihanfdkhehghie' );

How can i make it like
INSERT  INTO @Sample Values
 (select column1 from DBname.Tablename)
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Why would you do that?

It's a sample. Just replace @Sample with your table name.
Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
Assuming your XML is well-formed and BTW your example's aren't as you have the closing braces reversed in your sample data.

DECLARE @Test TABLE
(
	Column1		VARCHAR(500),
	Column2		VARCHAR(500),
	Column3		VARCHAR(500)
);

INSERT @Test (Column1, Column2, Column3)
VALUES ('28khteiwyhhgjstkeyiyg TicketId=9087764 thiwyAohigyi3jshotgh', '<testing><testing1>server is down. </testing1></testing>', '<Parameters><Parameters1>Need intervention </Parameters1></Parameters>'),
	('ththeshigheowihght TicketId= 8976548 whtiohoihgahtoiehquibx', '<testing><testing1>wrongIP </testing1></testing>', '<Parameters><Parameters1>Contact Network team</Parameters1></Parameters>'),
	('hgstjteiti TicketId= 9084778 wehowereihihanfdkhehghie', '<testing><testing1>NoerrorsFound</testing1></testing>', '<Parameters><Parameters1>No action needed</Parameters1></Parameters>');

SELECT RTRIM(SUBSTRING(LTRIM(SUBSTRING(Column1, CHARINDEX('TicketId=', Column1, 1) + 9, LEN(Column1))), 1,
		CHARINDEX(' ', LTRIM(SUBSTRING(Column1, CHARINDEX('TicketId=', Column1, 1) + 9, LEN(Column1))), 1))) AS TicketId,
	CAST(CAST(Column2 AS XML).query('data(/testing/testing1)') AS VARCHAR(MAX)) AS Column2Value,
	CAST(CAST(Column3 AS XML).query('data(/Parameters/Parameters1)') AS VARCHAR(MAX)) AS Column3Value
FROM @Test

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Harman15Author Commented:
Thanks a lot Brian and ste5an, your suggestions is giving me the expected results.
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