RE: [xsl] Maximum Document Size

Subject: RE: [xsl] Maximum Document Size
From: CMangano@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 10:54:59 -0700
Well, I figured out the problem.  It would seem that the machine I was
loading the XML doc on did not have enough memory to store the document.  I
ran it on our server with 1GB of ram, and it worked fine, and quite quickly

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From: CMangano@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:CMangano@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 9:37 AM
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Subject: [xsl] Maximum Document Size

Hi all.  I am having a strange problem.  Let's say I have 3 xml documents A,
B, and C.  A is 10MB, B is 20MB and C is 80MB.  I am trying to load the XML
docs on the server, using the following code:

Set objXML = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
Response.Write objXML.Load(Server.MapPath("<A, B or C.xml>"))

If it loads the document it writes True, otherwise it writes False.  Well,
it writes True for A and B, but False for C.  I can only assume the reason
it is not loading C is due to the size of the file.  Does anyone know if
there is a limit in file sizes for the XMLDOM?  Thanks.

Chris Mangano

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