I would need to extract elements from this XML into a tabular form, but I can’t seem to get my head around how this would work on SQL Server via something like XQuery. I have all the data in a temporary table called “#1” and the XML itself lies in a field called “Message” in that temporary table. How can
In below Hive-query, I need to read the null / empty “string” tags as well, from the XML content. Only the non-null “string” tags are getting considered within the XPATH() list now….
There is an XML with the structure: – Item – Documents – Document – Records – Record – Category – Code – Value And here is the SQL query that …
When I execute below query in Postgres 10.12, it works properly. Output: But When I execute same query in Postgres 11.7, it is not working. What is the solution to fix this issue? Answer This is caused by this change: Correctly handle relative path expressions in xmltable(), xpath(), and other XML-handling functions (Markus Winand) Per the SQL standard, relative paths
After upgrading to Postgres 12 statement throws error set-returning functions are not allowed in UPDATE How to fix this ? In Postgres 9.1 it worked. I read similar answers here but they recomment to totally overwrite statement. Maybe there is simply change which makes this statement work ? Result should by any value of xpath expression in case if xpath