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UNION ALL SELECT 2, 1, Equipment.EquipmentID, Equipment.Make, Equipment.Model, Inventory.InventoryID, Inventory.StatusID, Inventory.EquipmentId FROM Equipment, Inventory WHERE Equipment.EquipmentID = Inventory.EquipmentID ORDER BY [Equipment!1!EquipmentID!id], [Inventory!2!InventoryID] FOR XML EXPLICIT, XMLDATA
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A partial result is shown in the following XML document. Note that the data type of the EquipmentId attribute of the Equipment element is set to "id" (it must be unique) and that the EquipmentId attribute of the Inventory element is set to "idref":
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<Schema name="Schema" xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xml-data" xmlns:dt="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:datatypes"> <ElementType name="Equipment" content="mixed" model="open">
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<AttributeType name="EquipmentID" dt:type="id"/> <AttributeType name="Make" dt:type="string"/> <AttributeType name="Model" dt:type="string"/> <attribute type="EquipmentID"/> <attribute type="Make"/> <attribute type="Model"/> </ElementType> <ElementType name="Inventory" content="mixed" model="open"> <AttributeType name="InventoryID" dt:type="i4"/> <AttributeType name="StatusID" dt:type="ui1"/> <AttributeType name="EquipmentID" dt:type="idref"/> <attribute type="InventoryID"/> <attribute type="StatusID"/> <attribute type="EquipmentID"/> </ElementType> </Schema> <Equipment xmlns="x-schema:#Schema" EquipmentID="1" Make="Toshiba" Model="Portege 7020CT"> <Inventory InventoryID="5" StatusID="1" EquipmentID="1"/> <Inventory InventoryID="12" StatusID="1" EquipmentID="1"/> </Equipment> <Equipment xmlns="x-schema:#Schema" EquipmentID="2" Make="Sony" Model="Trinitron 17XE"/> ...
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SQL Server 2000 has an external set of components that allow users to access data in the form of XML documents using the HTTP protocol. It is important to understand that these components are external. The most important of these is the ISAPI filter that works within IIS (Internet Information Server a web server) rather than within SQL Server (see Figure 14-5). It retrieves data through the SQL Server 2000 OLE DB
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provider (SQLOLEDB). The SQLOLEDB provider itself has been modified to use a new SQLXML.dll component and to support returning the result in the form of a stream. Figure 14-5 illustrates the transfer of information from a client computer to the server and back. To continue working through the examples in this book, you first need to install the latest version of SQLXML (XML for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Web Release). You can find the latest version at msdn.microsoft.com. You can also download files with XML-related examples from www.trigonblue.com/sqlxml/sqlxml_download.htm.
Configuring Database Access Through HTTP
One new component delivered with SQL Server 2000 is an MMC snap-in called IIS Virtual Directory Management for SQLXML. This snap-in provides a graphical user interface for configuring database access through HTTP. This tool can operate on any edition of Windows NT or Windows 2000. Computers with Windows NT must also have IIS 4.0 or higher (or Peer Web Services 4.0 or higher on Windows NT Workstation) and MMC 1.2 or higher. The configuration of database access requires only one operation the administrator needs to create a virtual directory. Apart from the usual information (such as name and path), this virtual directory must contain information for accessing the database (login, password, database, server name, database name, and the type of access allowed through the URL and virtual names). Before I explain what a virtual name is, first consider the four types of access that end users can accomplish through IIS: dbobject You can issue a Select statement as a part of an HTTP request and access a database object (such as a table or a view). template You can specify a template that is a valid XML document and contains one or more T-SQL statements. SQL Server will execute the statement(s). schema The URL can include an XPath query to be executed against the annotated mapping schema file. SOAP An application can send SOAP requests. The SQLXML server will execute the associated stored procedure or template and return the SOAP response to the caller. SOAP is used for implementing web services. A virtual name is the part of a URL that specifies and executes a dbobject, a template, a schema, or a SOAP request.
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The following steps demonstrate how you can configure IIS to provide access to SQL Server:
1. Launch IIS Virtual Directory Management for SQLXML: Start | Programs |
SQLXML 3.0 | Configure IIS Support.
2. When the application appears on the screen, expand the server node and select
Default Web Site. From the menu, select Action | New | Virtual Directory. In the dialog box that appears, select the General tab.
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