This method exports XML in the ADO compatible XML format. This format is very specific to ADO and although a valid XML structure is not a well designed document and unlikely to be used anywhere else. The output is the equivalent of doing rs.save('filename',1) from ADO.
This method is between 10-20% faster than the VFPCOM utilities CursorToRS export. To directly load the XML into an ADO recordset use the example listed below.
For full XML format see the XML Structures topic.
XML string of the converted cursor/table
General fields are not supported.
Don't use this method to export to XML unless you need to import the result data
into an ADO recordset on the other end. This XML is hard to parse and very
non-standard. Use CursorToXML instead.
Currently there's no way using this class to convert this XML back into a
o=create('wwXML') *** Create the XML and dump to file lcXML = o.CursorToADOXML() STRTOFILE(lcXML,'c:\temp\wcado.xml') *** Open the recordset in ADO rs = createobject('adodb.recordset') rs.Open('c:\temp\wcado.xml') *** Check if all is well! ? rs.recordcount
See also:Class wwXML (High Level Methods) | wwxml::CursorToXML | XML structures |
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