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DB2 9 can validate the XML document at the time of import against a registered XML schema. To validate your XML data when importing into DB2 relational table, in addition to a data file, you also require an XML schema to be used for validation.

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You can import XML data into a DB2 table with XML data type column with or without validation. You can always choose not to validate the XML data at the time of import.

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The XMLVALIDATE function can be used to validate an XML document. Using this function on the XML document ensures that insert or update happens only if the validation is successful.

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I have a few huge XML documents. It fails to get opened in most of the external tools. Can pureXML handle this?

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pureXML can handle huge XML documents. It can handle XML documents up to 2 GB. For those which are greater than 2 GB, you can split into smaller documents.

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pureXMl supports flexible schema where there is no need for a fixed schema per XML column. You can use 0 or 1 or more schemas per XML column. Even if these schemas are conflicting for different columns, you can still use these schemas within an XML column.

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I have a few huge XML documents. It fails to get opened in most of the external tools. Can pureXML handle this?

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pureXML can handle huge XML documents. It can handle XML documents up to 2 GB. For those which are greater than 2 GB, you can split into smaller documents.

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I want to create index on XML column. Is there any way to create index on XML columns of DB2 9?

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