RE: Performance tips to speed up multiple transforms
> > I'm transforming around 500 individual XML log files - ~250MB worth - into 4 output > files. Each log file contributes to all 4 output files. At present, I'm running a Saxon > transform within VBScript with one XSLT file for each log file. It processes around 2 > log files per second. I guess it's slow 'cos I'm shelling out to a hidden command box > every time I transform a log file(open a shell, start java, open the Saxon .jar file, run > the transform, append the 4 results to the 4 'master' output files, close everything, > repeat ). It works, but I guess it could be significantly more efficient. > > > > What would the smart person be looking at to speed up the process? Write the > whole script in Java? .NET? C++... Or just make a Transform 'do' the whole thing? What you are describing sounds like a perfect use case for an XProc pipeline (that would loop over the input XML documents, transform them, and generate the output files.) Regards, Vojtech -- Vojtech Toman Consultant Software Engineer EMC | Information Intelligence Group vojtech.toman@xxxxxxx http://developer.emc.com/xmltech
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