postgresqlHow can I convert XML data to a PostgreSQL table?
To convert XML data to a PostgreSQL table, you can use the PostgreSQL
COPY allows you to copy data between a file and a table.
For example, the following code block will copy data from an XML file and insert it into a PostgreSQL table:
COPY table_name FROM '/path/to/file.xml' WITH (FORMAT XML);
This command will read the XML data from
/path/to/file.xml and insert it into the table
COPY table_name: This part specifies the name of the table you want to insert the data into.
FROM '/path/to/file.xml': This part specifies the path to the XML file you want to copy data from.
WITH (FORMAT XML): This part specifies the format of the data as XML.
For more information, see the PostgreSQL COPY documentation.
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