[jdom-interest] Using JDOM and LARGE XML Files ...
efortin at originalsim.com
Wed Jan 10 11:37:23 PST 2001
I actually have an issue with the size of my XML document that occurs a few
days ago. Before that, I was sending (from a servlet), a list of record
from a database without a hitch. Since we pass over around 1000 entries
(which is a file about 415k big), I don't always get the whole document that
is generated on the servlet side with jdom. As we speak, it's not a problem
on the reading side (so shouldn't bug you at all) but I'm not sure, at this
time, why the document constructor is letting me down. I should probably
look at options as maybe the construction of the document is made in memory
instead of being sent to the stream as soon as new line are added. We'll
Again, you should be fine with JDOM. For the rest of your question, I can't
help you as JDOM is still relatively new for me so I'm only familiar with
the minimum required to get my application working.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Baer" <jonbaer at digitalanywhere.com>
To: <jdom-interest at jdom.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2001 9:29 PM
Subject: [jdom-interest] Using JDOM and LARGE XML Files ...
> I am in the middle of working some that requires building an XML object
> stack and parsing and I would like to use JDOM if it makes sense. The
> XML files are pretty large (about 400k at most) and I was originally
> going to try and create a dumb SAX handler instead but Id like to use
> JDOM instead because Id like to query it.
> The question though is that I am not going to need to query alot of the
> subelements of the second rootelement and was wondering if I could tweak
> the SAXBuilder somewhere to not report or fill up the Document during
> the build (hope that made sense).
> Question is where can this be accomplished the right way is it inside
> the SAXHandler class itself?
> Id also like to know if other people are using JDOM with large XML
> - Jon
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