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Re: XSLT vs. document size
- From: James Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 09:55:04 +1000
At 17:08 11/06/2001, KRUMPOLEC Martin wrote:
> I would like to ask experts (yes you are :-) on this list about the
> suitability of the XSLT processing on the bigger documents.
> Common size of input files in our scenerio is hundreds of kilobytes,
> but in rare peaks it can be tens of megabytes and XSLT processing
> sucks too much of memory and CPU ...
> What would you suggest ? Can I use XSLT in streaming fashion ?
> (I doubt it because of xpath patterns)
You might want to look at Omnimark (www.omnimark.com).
Far from cheap nowadays, but extremly effective
in these sorts of situations.
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