XML is a highly efficient way of sharing information between computers. It’s platformneutral and widely used for web services, such as news feeds. But typing out XML documents manually is both tedious and prone to mistakes. It’s far better to store the information in a database and generate XML dynamically. That way, you can always be sure that the content is the most recently available. Moreover, all it takes to customize the structure of the XML is a change to the query you send to the database.
KeywordsChild Node Structure Query Language Database Result Root Element Public Function
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