On 12/27/2012 5:18 PM, David Lee wrote:
I think that's the only simple approach.
am curious why bother ?
not just create a new compiler object in each thread ?
I'm just trying to be careful because Saxon gets cranky if you
attempt to operate on documents built using one Processor with
another Processor, and I would like to be able to cache some objects
(documents, etc) that could be used in multiple threads. For
example, I want to be sure that compiled (XQuery, XSLT) code can be
cached and re-used in whichever thread. So *some* Saxon objects
have to be shared across threads, and some should really be
per-thread. I'm just trying to sort out which category the compiler
falls into. I think I'm coming to realize that the Processor has to
be a singleton, but the compiler should be allocated per-thread.