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Re: [xslt performance for big xml files]
Subject: Re: [xslt performance for big xml files]|
From: Robert Koberg <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2009 17:36:46 -0400
On Apr 25, 2009, at 12:40 PM, Liam Quin wrote:
I assume you mean, 'use an XQuery implementation that runs against a
proprietary XML database', rather than the broadly defined and mostly
non-interoperable implementations of the standard XQuery language,
Finally - the real reason for posting to this thread --
* If you are repeatedly scanning the same XML document and generating
different things, such as reports or small documents, consider an
XQuery implementation that uses an index. E.g. for a file this
small, the free MarkLogic or Qixz/fe engines would work fine I
expect; the first is limited to 50MBytes (or was last I looked) and
the second to a gigabyte.
* If you read the document once, but tend not to need to look ahead or
behind very far, you could split the input into smaller XML files,
most likely (and perhaps you would want to use StAX to do the split)
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