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Java start up on Saxon makes it massivly slower to run

Hmm, have you not tried to process the large nested XML file? I found the Java-Startup very slow, too, but afterwards saxon runs fine. You can always create a new outputfile from saxon by using something like

<xsl:template match="page"> <saxon:assign name="ofile"> <xsl:value-of select="@outputfile" /> </saxon:assign> <saxon:output file="{$ofile}" method="html" indent="yes" doctype-public="-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" doctype-system="http://www.w3.org/TR/html401" encoding="iso-8859-1"> <!-- ... process contents here --> </xsl:template>
and so on. This assumes you defined a saxon variable. And you should have a look at the correct syntax when you're using newer Saxon versions. This syntax is a snippet I use with Saxon 5.5.1 which is from a time when the official W3C XSLT did not support multiple outputfiles.

I build my whole site from one large XML (about 200k) file and it processes in some 10 seconds on a Athlon 1.4 512MB linux box - including the java startup.

Yes I know that this is not a perlish solution. Maybe you should look at http://www.javajunkies.org/?

Regards... Stefan
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In reply to Re: Mega XSLT Batch job - best approach? by stefan k
in thread Mega XSLT Batch job - best approach? by ajt

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