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A long time ago (before I abandoned windows) I used MSDAC and oledb. M$
had a connector thingy to use XML as a row source.

A simpler way to say this is that XML get converted into a table, with
the deeper nested tags stored in a cell. So you could drill down in the
data by getting the XML data from a cell and use that again to get a

I guess that might work with ODBC and thus with LO on windows.


Mark Stanton schreef op za 31-03-2012 om 20:38 [+0100]:

That's a sufficiently good-English explanation.

I've got a very simple XML file that I'd like to use, which is why I 
hadn't thought about the wider issue.

Just need to be a database engine that uses XML files... And package 
it with Base... :-s

Mark Stanton
One small step for mankind...

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