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RE: XML DOM Object size limitations

At 2:51 PM -0700 1/24/01, Newsha Makooi wrote:
>Dear all,
>What is the XML DOM Objects' size limitations (if any)? 
>When attempting to load a well-formatted XML string
>(DOMObj.loadXML(myXMLStrin)) of 6MB or bigger, the loadXML fails.
>Is there a particular reason for this?  Is my XML too big to load?
>Is there a size limitation at all?
>All response and thoughts on this are appreciated.
>Newsha Makooi

I'm not sure if this is related, but I know we had a problem here when the size
of the DOM object exceeded the amount of available memory. That was a file
several orders of magnitude biger than 6 megs, though. Do you have more
than 6 megs of available memory when the load fails?


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