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Re: How to transform a huge XML-file (memory-saving)?

Subject: Re: How to transform a huge XML-file (memory-saving)?
From: Soren Kuula <dongfang@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 00:29:06 +0200
huge transforms
Alan wrote:

* news@xxxxxxxxxxx <news@xxxxxxxxxxx> [2005-08-09 09:49]:

i'm looking for a solution to handle the xslt-transformation of huge data
files. If i try to process a 176 mb XML-file with saxon8, the
java enviroment uses a lot of main-memory - round about 1 gb.

There is a different XML transform language called STX. It can't do everything that XSL can do, because it does the transforms on a stream, not on an entire document -- on the other hand, it uses very little memory and is much, much faster.

Try google for STX XML transform or something like that, and see if it can express your transform


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