From: Michael Kay <michael.h.kay@nt...> - 2002-07-16 21:26:12
> Since XSLT builds a tree in memory, how will this technique
> hold up to very large files (millions of records)?
Saxon's tinytree implementation is fairly economical in memory (19 bytes
per node) but there are still limits. I have heard of people
transforming 100Mb documents, but that's stretching it. If you want to
manage gigabytes of XML, you really need an XML database such as Tamino
(which happens to be my company's flagship product).
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