RE: [xslt performance for big xml files]
> I would think there's something in your code that makes the > performance quadratic (or worse) with respect to source > document size. This is nothing to do with XSLT, it's to do > with your own code. To test this theory, try plotting how the > stylesheet performance varies as you increase the document > size: 1Mb, 2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb. As another test of this theory, try running an identity transform on the same source document. The only difference between the identity transform and your own stylesheet is your code: so if the identity transform runs 1000 times faster, it's your code you need to look at. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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