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Re: xslt, xml, and databases - howto combine?

Subject: Re: xslt, xml, and databases - howto combine?
From: Graham Seaman <graham@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 10:40:33 +0100 (BST)
xslt file handling
On Tue, 9 Apr 2002, J.Pietschmann wrote:

> Graham Seaman wrote:
> > I have a web site based on numbers of relatively small xml documents
> > (currently stored as flat files).
> ...
> d) Combine all/many of the small file into one/few larger one.
> Works up to a few MB total data. Effective caching is recommended,

I hadn't thought of that. I don't have time to read all the mails from
this list, but noticed several recent ones talking about large file
handling. I smugly thought 'that doesn't apply to me - I have the opposite
problem'. Now I'll have to dig through the archives and read them - maybe
that's why there are so many people handling massive files...

> if you use saxon, have some looks at the internals, you can cache
> key tables and nearly everything else (at the risk of major work
> in case of an upgrade), really good work.
> Perhaps i'll post some stuff if i come around cleaning it up
> a bit.
Great, hope you have the time to get round to it :-)

Thanks
Graham
> 
> J.Pietschmann
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