Re: use xml file as database
Hello Look at XQuery or XMLDB. You can use Saxon for single file up to 100-200Mb. Saxon suport XQuery for XML files, and looks like one of fastest java XML processor... http://saxon.sourceforge.net/ PS: maybe it's good idea to split this file into few files? On Mon, 18 Oct 2004 13:43:54 +0200, ficfic m <ficfic@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > hello, > > I've an xml file which can grow-up to 100M file. I'm using it as a flat db. > > I want to display the xml-data in html format, but each time to display just > part of the data. and to have 'next' 'prev' links to traverse that data. > > I didn't succeed to achieve that by using xsl alone. maybe I need to combine > xsl with so other technology (don't know). > > best regards > -- Igor V Artamonov igor@xxxxxxxxxxxx, www.artamonov.ru
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