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February 15, 2007, 10:59 am
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I have some performance issue while using the XML::SAX parser. I have
been using this parser for long time.
The problem is, I have a xml file, say >75 MB to parse. It's taking
hell lot of time to parse it. I don't need some of the xml records to
be parsed based on a particular field.
Each xml record is having 24 fields. On checking the first or third
field in the order of the xml record, i want to skip the parsing for
the remaining of the xml record and jump on to the next xml record. By
any chance, is it possible in XML::SAX parser???? If I can do this, I
would really save a significant amount of time in the process.
Also, let me know if the XML::SAX parser takes the DTD for the xml
I remember that the XML::SAX parser reads the xml file line by line so
that more memory is not used up.
Thanks in anticipation.
Re: how to skip some xml records using XML::SAX parser?
On Feb 15, 4:59 am, uresh.kuruh...@gmail.com wrote:
One of the few things I defer to Java for over Perl, personally, is
It just seems to work better, faster, more reliably, and is better
IMHO with third-party free-(as in beer)-ware.
So you have me at a disadvantage, but Perl likely supports XPATH,
which is a way
to parse the XML tree in your document selectively. O'Reilly's "Java
& XML" has
very helpful examples, I don't know how well they'd translate to a
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