Re: [xsl] Size limit for input file , while transforming ??

Subject: Re: [xsl] Size limit for input file , while transforming ??
From: allan.mccluskey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 09:43:31 +1000
Had a similiar problem once with some very large XML coming in for an
external content provider. As we didn't have the resources to process such
a file we wrote some code to 'chop' it into thousands of small XML files.
It did the job.

                      Dipesh Khakhkhar                                                                                                          
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I would like to know whether any limit is set for the input xml file when
is processed ?

Can i use a input xml file which is of few GB for processing ? Suppose I am

having file of 10 GB and I am trasforming it , will my processing be
crashed ?
I am usign msxsl engine.

As per I guess only memory is constraint and process will be slow but it
crash. The only effect on the performace point of view is that the
will be slow. Am i right ?

Please throw some lights on this issue.


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