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Originally posted by Sam Furtado: This would help greatly where efficiency is concerned. Thanks Guys
Hi Sam!.. I read somewhere is Apache Site that "don't use XML where its not necessary, XML will affect your processing time,eats memory etc.," I forgot the exact the location,but i'm sure it appeared in Apache site. In your case i don't see the need for XML,you can do the same process using JDBC-Servlet-Velocity-structs etc. If you are going to display the raw XML directly then its okay to go-ahead(no netscape,IE and mozilla yes). If you want to transform this XML into HTML with XALAN then it will kill ur processing time. May be MSXML would be faster than Xalan,but you have to swicth ur application into asp. If i had misunderstood ur question,please ignore this reply. Regards Balaji
Hi Guys Thanks Balaji ! I had heard from a person who had done it using ASP wherein he was using "xmldso" that, it is very efficient. Also, i do not intend to use "xsl" / Xalan since i do not want to transform it to html. All that i want is to hit the database only once then, populate a xml file with the table contents and finally read a certain range of contents from the xml file. For instance reading records 1-10 then, on the click of next reading records 11-20 & so on forward and backwards. How should the same be done in java ? Are there any sites that provide sample code for the same ? That too would be of great help. Pls suggest how i should go about attaining it. Thanks
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com