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From Peter Velychko <>
Subject Re: Large XML File as Generator
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2004 09:44:47 GMT
Hello Brent,

May be it is because pipeline of default configuration loads whole
content in memory.
There are some recommendation on serving large files on wiki:

BLJ> (anyone know why Im having problems sending email to this mailing list?
BLJ> anyone else having any similar problems lately?)

BLJ> Does anyone know why I get the following when I attempt to
BLJ> use a large XML file as a generator? (a blank page in my browser that
BLJ> looks like this...)

BLJ> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
BLJ> <HTML><HEAD> <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html;
charset=utf-8">></HEAD> <BODY></BODY></HTML>

BLJ> I get no errors or anything else.. this only happens with
BLJ> large files.  If I cut the file down it works just fine.
BLJ> I've seen this behavior on different machines for different projects
BLJ> (the last time was trying to use XSP/esql to process about 10K database
BLJ> rows).

BLJ> I'm using Cocoon to process XMLTV results to view
BLJ> a television grid.  I have DirecTV with quite a few
BLJ> channels, and 7 days of TV data in XML format turns out
BLJ> to be a 5.8MB file.

BLJ> I think I'll probably just write something that just
BLJ> parses this file and dumps the data into a database
BLJ> and go from there.. but this is the second time I've noticed this
BLJ> behavior.

BLJ> Thanks,

BLJ> - Brent

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