[jdom-interest] Re: Factories

Elliotte Rusty Harold elharo at metalab.unc.edu
Mon Mar 1 11:24:47 PST 2004

At 6:03 PM +0100 3/1/04, phil at triloggroup.com wrote:
This is not applicable in our case, just because the document is 
dynamic and depend on each request. Thus, we cannot use a kind of 
cache, and the faster way we find to create document was to generate 
java code which is executed for each part of the document that need 
to be constructed.

Really? One response doesn't look anything like the previous 
response? They don't sue the same element names? They don't have the 
same root element? I expect some things would change, but it would be 
very surprising for the names to be completely random. Did you try 
preloading  the constant information for each response and copying 
that with just changes to the parts that actually did change?

Just because there's a performance problem doesn't mean there's only 
one solution to it.  It generally makes a lot of sense to see if the 
issues can be solved within the confines of the library before 
forking it.

   Elliotte Rusty Harold
   elharo at metalab.unc.edu
   Effective XML (Addison-Wesley, 2003)

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