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I want to store XML in SQL Database using .NET with a class

Structure would be something like

<Settings>
<Key>abc</key><Value>123</Value>
<Key>abcd</key><Value>1234</Value>
</Settings>
<Object>
    <car>
       <make>Camaro</make>
       <year>1979</year>
   </car>
    <car>
       <make>Corvette</make>
       <year>1975</year>
   </car>
</Object>
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Question by:CipherIS
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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SQL has an xml datatype column or you can store it as a varchar.
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by:CipherIS
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Yes, I know it has an XML datatype column.
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by:Fernando Soto
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And your question is then ?
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How to store XML data in SQL Server via .NET as I stated above with my example.
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update table set xml_column = '<Settings>
<Key>abc</key><Value>123</Value>
<Key>abcd</key><Value>1234</Value>
</Settings>
<Object>
    <car>
       <make>Camaro</make>
       <year>1979</year>
   </car>
    <car>
       <make>Corvette</make>
       <year>1975</year>
   </car>
</Object>'

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by:CipherIS
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Thanks I found below example to pass the XML via .NET to SQL Server.

http://www.morgantechspace.com/2014/05/How-to-Store-and-Read-CSharp-Class-Object-into-Sql-Server.html
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