RE: XML Performance in a Transacation
> A new performance oriented parser implementation must come with a > straightforward API, or else it will matter little in practise. I agree strongly with this sentiment. It's performance in the hands of the average user that's important, not performance in the hands of benchmarking gurus. (I remember being surprised that an Access database was performing surprisingly well as it grew. I suspected that the system had indexed some fields without being asked, and sure enough, it had. I wondered how it decided, and discovered it was a simple heuristic based on the names of the columns. Does one laugh or cry? It did the right thing for me!) Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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