RE: Displaying and using huge node lists
Hi, > I have been given an interesting challenge. Previously I have > worked only with > reasonably small xml files with up to several hundred nodes. > As part of a Business Information System (BIS) I am to create > a node tree of > up to 180,000 nodes which is then to be represented > graphically as a tool to > drill down into the BIS. > I have been trawling the archives but am yet to see a > definite solution to this > problem. Any ideas anyone?? Help would be appreciated even > with what maybe the > best parsing method and tool. If you can, chop the input document into smaller chunks, is usually the answer you get. Or, see e.g. <http://aztecrider.com/bigxml/> for a processor that can handle input documents that won't fit into memory. Cheers, Jarno - Cenobita: Estrellas XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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