RE: XML Performance in a Transacation
> o(n2) is what you get when something is wrong. No, there are many problems for which no solution exists that is better than O(n^2) - in any language. It's quite likely that a better solution is possible in your case, but without knowing something about the problem your stylesheet is tackling, let alone the way it is coded, there is no way of knowing. In many cases, problem stylesheets can be speeded up by use of keys. But without knowing anything about your code (other than its size in bytes or perhaps lines) how can we be expected to give advice? Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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