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RE: XSLT vs. document size

Using Sax and a programming language you could split the document into many
smaller documents and pass these smaller document to XSLT from the
programming language.  This solution assumes that you can split up your
document into small and easy to digest chunks.  


-----Original Message-----
From: KRUMPOLEC Martin [mailto:krumpo@pobox.sk]
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2001 12:09 AM
To: 'xml-dev@lists.xml.org'
Subject: XSLT vs. document size

Good morning,

  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)

  Thank you very much


Martin Krumpolec <krumpo@pobox.sk>

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