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C#- Insert/Upload XML file Data into SQL Table using Stored Procedure in Asp.net with C#, VB.NET

Dec 18, 2012
Introduction:

Here I will explain how to insert xml data into SQL Server table using stored procedure in
asp.net with c#, vb.net.
Description:
  
In previous article I explained  Read/Import XML data into gridview,
Import Excel data to gridview in asp.net, How to Export gridview data to excel/word document, Import Excel data to sql database and some other articles relating to export gridview data. Now I will explain how to insert xml data into SQL Server table using stored procedure in asp.net with c#, vb.net.

To implement this concept check below post here I explained clearly how send get xml data and send xml data as parameter to stored procedure to save those details in database


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6 comments :

surender said...

very good

Anonymous said...

very very good

Anonymous said...

Very Nice

Balaji Thirunavukarasu said...

i want to Importing data from excel into database using stored procedure parameter in asp.net c#.any idea please help me ..please send any sample coding without sqlbulk concept

Anonymous said...

Outstanding website thanks for your great resources

Abdhesh said...

very bad check " Read/Import XML data into gridview" link it going Read/Import XML data into gridview

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