[jdom-interest] Split document output
Noam.BOROVOY at oami.eu.int
Mon Mar 4 05:12:34 PST 2002
This isn't for parsing the document it's for writing it - outputting XML
doesn't seem complex - until you start working with schemas and
namespaces... JDOM is great for handling the namespaces and also encoding
the content and escaping XML entities.
From: Camille Troillard [SMTP:camille at odaiko.com]
Sent: 04 March 2002 13:24
To: BOROVOY Noam
Cc: 'jdom-interest at jdom.org'
Subject: Re: [jdom-interest] Split document output
I think you need to use something less "high-level" than JDOM.
You should take a look at SAX compliant parsers (please correct me
am wrong or not precise enough.)
SAX is an XML parser specification based on event sending, that is
you can handle very big files with SAX. On the other hand, DOM
to load the whole model into memory which is best for small
On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 12:37 PM, BOROVOY Noam wrote:
> I'm a JDOM newbie, and have run into the following problem:
> At times I need to generate very large XML documents (100's of
> therefore making creating the full document tree in memory not
> practical -
> what I would like is to be able to output the document's opening
> generate and output a large number of elements one by one, and
> the closing tags of the document.
> As is this does not seem possible with JDOM - so I need to "hard
> opening and closing portions of the document and root element.
> Any ideas welcome...
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