Re: XML Performance in Client-Server Interactions
Elliotte Harold wrote: > Dennis Sosnoski wrote: > > >> Not sure what you're basing this on, Rich, but it doesn't match what >> I've seen. See the results at >> http://xbis.sourceforge.net/performance.html, for instance, where >> generating text XML from a parse event stream takes on average about >> the same amount of time as parsing the text to get back the parse >> event stream > > > That sounds suspicious. Parsing has a lot more overhead than just > writing out text strings. I suspect the real comparison here may be > between a system that does full well-formedness checking and one that > doesn't. Many systems can blast XML out pretty quickly using printf or > equivalent. They don't necessarily need to call a method for each tag > or text node or check well-formedness on output. > guess it depends on whether the well-formedness is done in advance by a person or on the fly by a computer :) there was another thread somewhere that pointed out the advantages of using a computer, but i suspect most have found the person just a good 80/20 fit for specific cases rick
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