Gets the value of an XML type.
void FNC_GetXML(XML_HANDLE xmlHandle, unsigned char *xmlBuffer, int xmlBufferSize, int *xmlSize)
- XML_HANDLE xmlHandle
- A handle to an XML type that is defined to be an input parameter to an external routine.
- unsigned char *xmlBuffer
- A pointer to the buffer that will hold the XML string.
- int xmlBufferSize
- The size in bytes of the xmlBuffer passed to FNC_GetXML.
- int *xmlSize
- The size in bytes of the XML string returned by FNC_GetXML.
FNC_GetXML is used to get the value of an XML type. The value will be in the UNICODE character set. The XML_HANDLE for the XML type is passed in as input along with a pointer to a buffer (xmlBuffer) and the size of that buffer (xmlBufferSize). xmlBufferSize must be large enough to hold the XML value.
Note that the XML value can contain XML data that is not well-formed.
FNC_GetXML can only be used for inline XML values, that is XML values less than 64K in size. You can use FNC_GetXMLInfo to determine the maximum length of the XML value. You will get an error if you use FNC_GetXML with a LOB-based XML value.