How to read HTML files using UTL_FILE

Hello Friends,
How to read HTML files using UTL_FILE package ? According
to Oracle documentation UTL_FILE can read or write OS Text Files.
Thanx in advance..

HI Hareesh,
i have gone through that blog.
i tried it...but i am getting mapping error  no receiver determination fond because there are so  many excel files.
my data is available on sharedString.xml but also it is in not same order.
i have no clue how to handle this part form the blog.
"This way our mapping will receive all data from the sheet in an XML format. The only thing that's left is to create an XSD file from the XML file we received in order to be able to use it in the mapping and as our Service Interface and we can proceed with mapping. As you can see from the sheet.xml files all the data is placed with column name and row number so it's not that difficult to map it to an table type format using the Message Mapping only (no java, abap mapping required)."

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