Updating xml in sql

MERGE Customers AS Target Table -- Inserting or Updating the table. Customer ID) -- Defining condition to decide which records are alredy present WHEN NOT MATCHED BY TARGET -- If the records in the Customer table is not matched? USING #Customers AS Source Table -- Records from the temproary table (records from csv file). THEN INSERT (Customer ID, Company Name, Contact Name, Contact Title, [Address], -- then INSERT the record City, Region, Postal Code, Country, Phone, Fax) VALUES(Source Table. Contact Title, Target Table.[Address] = Source Table.[Address], Target Table. USING #Customers AS Source Table -- Records from the temproary table (records from csv file). THEN INSERT (Customer ID, Company Name, Contact Name, Contact Title, [Address], -- then INSERT the record City, Region, Postal Code, Country, Phone, Fax) VALUES(Source Table. So the use case will be as below – Note: This implementation will work only from SQL Server 2008 and later versions (as MERGE statement introduced from SQL Server 2008).

SQL Server includes a very flexible XML subsystem, called XML_DML, or XML Modifies the contents of an XML document.In this post I am going do bulk import using BULK INSERT and MERGE statements. We use both BULK INSERT and MERGE statements as this implementation not only used for inserting the records, also for updating records if already exist. Fax) WHEN MATCHED -- If not matched then UPDATE THEN UPDATE SET Target Table. The SQL SP would be: CREATE PROCEDURE SP_Import Customer Data AS BEGIN CREATE TABLE #Temp City( [Id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [Country] [varchar](50) NULL, [State] [varchar](50) NULL, [City] [varchar](50) NULL, [Remarks] [varchar](200) NULL ) ON [PRIMARY]; BULK INSERT #Temp City FROM 'C:\Blog\test1.csv' WITH ( FIELDTERMINATOR = ',', ROWTERMINATOR = '\n' ); MERGE Temp City AS Target Table USING #Temp City AS Source Table ON (Target Table. Id) WHEN NOT MATCHED BY TARGET THEN INSERT (Country, State, City, Remarks) VALUES(Source Table.

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