Re: XSLT performance - C++ vs. Java

Subject: Re: XSLT performance - C++ vs. Java
From: "Mark Volkmann" <volkmann@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 06:46:00 -0600
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From: Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx>
To: 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 4:07 AM
Subject: RE: XSLT performance - C++ vs. Java

>> I'm testing with the 640K "1998statistics.xml" file from the
>> CD that comes with the "XML Bible" book and using the style sheet
>> "baseballstats.xsl" from the same place.  On a relatively fast NT box I'm
>> times of 9 to 10 seconds.
>If that's from the command line, then probably 5 seconds is for
>the Java VM and loading all the classes. If command line processing is what
>you intend to do, that's fine, but don't extrapolate from this to an
>environment where lots of stylesheets are being executed in turn (or a
>single stylesheet is being executed repeatedly).

I should have made that clear. My times are not from beginning to end of
command line execution. I am performing the transformation inside my own
Java code. I don't start the clock until immediately before the call to
perform the transformation and I stop the clock upon return from that

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