Subject: RE: [xsl] Too slow to process XML file over 1MB|
From: "Jack Yang" <yukui@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 09:59:41 -0500
Thank you very much for your help. The approach I used was very close to what you suggested. I used the XSLTemplate and XSLProcessor to cache the XML file. The problem is that it will take hours to load XML initially. The following is a snippet of my code
var xslDoc=new ActiveXObject("MSXML2.FreeThreadedDOMDocument"); var xslTemplate=new ActiveXObject("MSXML2.XSLTemplate"); xslDoc.async=false; xslDoc.load(Server.mapPath(transformName)); xslTemplate.stylesheet=xslDoc; xslProcessor=xslTemplate.createProcessor(); Session(transformName)=xslProcessor; //As you suggested, I used session object to cache the processor
I just wonder how you can load a 25mb xml while I can't even load a 1.1mb xml. What is wrong with my stupid xml file? The typical node in my xml file is like this <N> <D>11</D> <D>22</D> <D>123</D> <D>USD</D> <D>1000.000</D> <D>0.064</D> <D>40892.000</D> <D>Baa1</D> <D>BBB</D> <D>BBB+</D> <D>05523UAA8</D> <D>106.719</D> <D>-0.459</D> <D>5.366</D> <D>TSY10Y</D> <D>101.580</D> <D>1.148</D> <D>88.427</D> <D>1.305</D> <D>93.881</D> <D>0.922</D> <D>86.036</D> <D>1.183</D> <D/> </N>
My xml file has over 3000 such nodes. I am using less meaningful names such as N or D to cut the XML file size. However the web browser just can't load it. What is wrong here? I am so desperate here.