How to Convert XML Code to SQL

By Greyson Ferguson

XML is an encoding format used for Internet documents while SQL is a database format used by Microsoft programs. If you have an XML file you want to save as a database file on your Windows computer it is possible to convert the file to SQL format. However, in order to do so you need an XML to SQL file converter installed on your computer system.

Step 1

Download and install the Advanced XML Converter program (full link provided in "Resources"). Launch the software, then click "Open" and choose the XML file you want to convert. Select the file format you wish to convert it to (SQL) and set a location to save the file to. Select "Convert" and the file converts over to the SQL format.

Step 2

Download and install the XML Converter software (link available in "Resources"). Load the program, then click "+" and select an XML file you want to convert. Set the output location, then choose SQL as the output format. Click "Convert" and the XML converts over to a SQL format.

Step 3

Download the XML to SQL file converter (link in "Resources"). Open the program and click the XML tab, then select the XML file you want to convert. Set an output location, then click the SQL tab to set it as the output format. Click "Export" and the file exports to the new format.