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Re: [xml-dev] XML Database Decision Tree?

fwiw, dom4j (dom4j.org) can construct DOMish tree from SAX events, like
most other parser, but it also allows you to register ElementHandlers
against XSL patterns, so you can process subtrees as they are produced,
and optionally then detach them from the incoming tree.  This assumes
a 1-pass operation, of course.  Works against any SAX source.


On Fri, 19 Oct 2001, PaulT wrote:

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "XML Everywhere" <host@xmleverywhere.com>
> > XSLT was not meant for large data sets and
> > SAX requires non-trivial programming skills.
> Chunks could be a solution for this. Get a Chunk from 
> the database. Process it with plain 'pull', like 
> you currently do with Rowsets. Chunks 
> were designed as a brutal, plainless XML 
> binding, in attempt to produce something 
> similiar to Rowset.
> http://www.pault.com/pault/pxml/nxml.html
> Rgds.Paul.
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