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From Peter Velychko <>
Subject Re: performance with transformation on BIG xml files
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2004 15:00:34 GMT
Hello adrian,

I tried to use stx block based on joost processor and was impressed by
it. It's really faster than xslt and allows process large files.
Additional info:

adff> So nobody ever served big xml files with Cocoon ?

adff> wrote:

>> Hello,
>> I would like to know if anybody used cocoon for transforming big XML 
>> files and which were the tunings to be made in order to make 
>> performance acceptable.
>> My case: I do a little digital library projet; among the books in this 
>> online library, I have a Bible in TEI format which I present to the 
>> reader as a nicely formatted HTML with a tree-like table of contents 
>> on the left side, navigation buttons (previous/next) etc.
>> The Bible is no little book, that is true, but the performance is 
>> terrible. In order to "suck out" the static version I use "wget -m 
>> http://my.local.cocoon.instalation:8080/cocoon/..." (I publish a 
>> static version online, not the Cocoon dynamic one as I don't have free 
>> Cocoon hosting) --- generating all the HTML little files for that 
>> Bible may take a day.
>> I does work ok for smaller works like novels, poetry books. The Bible 
>> includes all its chapters as entities. Please feel free to ask for 
>> more information, if you need it.
>> I'll paste at the end of this mail my transformation sitemap, in case 
>> anybody has any ideas.
>> Thanks in advance for your ideas.

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