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Deepthi Xavy
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Hai friends...

I just got a doubt,if there are 100's of records..how to insert in mysql, i searched through & found an information that after converting the data to XML,it can be taken to data base..how to do it..can anyone explain me, this in detail
William Brogden
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What format are these hundreds of records in?

What format does the database require?

Creating XML is not a short-cut, directly reading the records and formulating JDBC statements to store the data will be probably be simpler.

check out the JDBC forum.

Bill
 
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