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Dustin TaylorSubject: Issues exporting SQL Server -> XML
Author: Dustin Taylor
Date: 06 Aug 2014 07:46 PM
Iím currently evaluating Stylus Studio and Iím trying to export data and related metadata from SQL Server to XML. I currently have this working when hard coding the collection for a single table. This will obviously become tedious with the large number of tables I have. I have tried to dynamically generate the table name and pass to collection(). I have also tried reading in the table list as XML. Either method results in the error ď[DataDirect][XQuery][err:FODC0004]Collection URI "file:/xx" does not reference a directory. Is there a way to accomplish what Iím trying to do?



Ivan PedruzziSubject: Issues exporting SQL Server -> XML
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 06 Aug 2014 08:54 PM

Hi Dustin,

What you are describing is not support by DataDirect XQuery.
The processor requires the collection argument to be a literal string in order to build the SQL plan before executing the query.

One possible workaround is generating the XQuery code dynamically, in some use cases works well.

For licensing related question you can contact us at

Hope this helps
Ivan Pedruzzi
Stylus Studio Team

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