Re: [xsl] General Searching query

Subject: Re: [xsl] General Searching query
From: Chuck White <chuckwh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 10:01:57 -0800
Andrew, try this:

I haven't tried it client side, so it's not an endorsement, but it might
help you avoid using the Microsoft VM. In my humble opinion, it's always
best to stay away from MS Java and stick to COM if that is your operating
environment anyway. There are all kinds of COM objects out there happy to
lend you a hand with just about anything you're trying to do.

Chuck White
The Tumeric Partnership
Author, Mastering XML, Premium Edition
Sybex Books, May, 2001

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Welch" <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 9:01 AM
Subject: RE: [xsl] General Searching query

> Ive had a look at dbXML and it looks good... however, it uses JDK1.3 and a
> requirement is we must use the Microsoft VM that ships with IE. (we cannot
> add anything that alters the clients setup)
> The XML files are simply in a folder, and not in any kind of database.  So
> guess Im now asking:
> -Is it possible to search a standard folder on a clients hard disk of
> 10,000 XML files (10k each), using the Microsoft VM and MSXML2.5 (possibly
> 3) in a reasonable amount of time?
> >>If the source is marked up sufficiently well, you could index off it.
> The XML is generated from SGML... if that is sufficiently well(?)
> If you do have any ideas, please be give me a good start :)
> cheers
> andrew
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