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  • Subject: Out of memory error with XML and Java ResultSet
  • From: "Brown, Jason B." <Jason.B.Brown@ibx.com>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 10:44:56 -0400
  • Disposition-notification-to: "Brown, Jason B." <Jason.B.Brown@ibx.com>
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  • Thread-topic: Out of memory error with XML and Java ResultSet


I am new to this mailing list.  I was wondering if someone could help me
with a small problem I am having trying to create an XML buffer using
data from a Java ResultSet.  The ResultSet object contains approximately
300,000 rows, which I want to place in a XML buffer.  I managed to
develop an XML implementation that uses JAXP 1.1.  The logic for the
processing is this: I execute the SQL query, obtain the ResultSet, loop
through the result set and as each row in the result set is encountered,
I use getLong methods, etc to get the data and write it to a
StreamResult object.

Here is a code snippet:
			rsMetaData = rs.getMetaData();

			// Provide the System.out object as the output
stream for now
			xmlWrtr = new CisXmlWriterSAX(new

			numOfColumns = rsMetaData.getColumnCount();


			// Start XML document

			// Set root element

			System.out.println("<<>> Building XML file...");

			while (rs.next()) {
				// Calculate number of rows in result
				CDebug.print("" + numOfRows);

				// Create the Row parent element (child
element to AdhocClaims element)

				for (int colIndex = 1; colIndex <=
numOfColumns; colIndex++) {

					tempStr =

					// Create the attributes for the
"CDATA", tempStr);

					// Add Column element

					// Add the Value element and a
value for the Value element

					// End Column element

			// This is done when finished with adding all
elements within root element

xmlWrtr is a class that contains the following objects:
	private SAXTransformerFactory transFact = null;

	* Contains where the resulting XML will be placed/contained
	private StreamResult resultStream = null;
	private TransformerHandler handler = null;

	private Transformer serializer = null;

	private AttributesImpl attr = null;

My main goal with this posting is to obtain a memory-friendly solution
for taking information from a Java ResultSet and placing it in a XML


Jason B. Brown
CIS IS Claims
x2-4609 (internal), 11th Floor

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