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[xml-dev] efficient xml programming technique
- From: Haresh Gujarathi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Xml-Dev <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 21:44:39 +0530
I am using xml (xalan and xerces) for a server side java application.
Whenever a user sends a request to net based server application, the java
beans on the server side create a DOMParser object, do data processing on
xml data files and returns response.
I am little concerned since for each request the DOMParser object is created
and DOM processing is done.
(Well certain cases I can use SAX. But for time being let's assume, that I
must use DOM)
Is this a right approach? Can pooling of DOMParser object be done? or I
would put it this way; should parser instances be pooled? (like database
b. In the same application I have another scenario;
In the JSP files I use xalan transformer object to perform XSL
transformation on certain xml data. Now this happens for each JSP request.
Is this a normal practice?
how can this be made efficient/less memory foot print/less runtime memory