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Guru's Guide to SQL Server Architecture and Internals, The by Ken Henderson

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Chapter 18. SQLXML

The key to everything is happiness. Do what you can to be happy in this world. Life is short—too short to do otherwise. The deferred gratification you mention so often is more deferred than gratifying.

—H. W. Kenton

NOTE: This chapter assumes that you're running, at a minimum, SQL Server 2000 with SQLXML 3.0. The SQLXML Web releases have changed and enhanced SQL Server's XML functionality significantly. For the sake of staying current with the technology, I'm covering the latest version of SQLXML rather than the version that shipped with the original release of SQL Server 2000.

This chapter updates the coverage of SQLXML in my last book, The Guru's Guide to SQL Server Stored Procedures, XML, and HTML. That book was written ...

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