Microsoft has successfully implemented XML support into their overall Web strategy, and this is blatantly obvious in SQL Server 2000. If some of the code above was a bit hard to understand, persevere. It took me almost two weeks to learn when I first started!
The stored procedure we created is just one of the many ways to incorporate XML into the business logic layer of any n-Tier application, keeping in mind that many, if not all of the world's top development companies have already incorporated/are planning to incorporate XML support into their products. Try the related links and books below to broaden your knowledge of XML in SQL Server 2000.
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