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From "Binkley, Peter" <PBink...@mail.library.ualberta.ca>
Subject RE: Process multiple XML files
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 16:03:41 GMT
I'd use Ant instead of Cocoon for this. I've blogged a couple of
techniques that might help:

http://www.wallandbinkley.com/quaedam/?p=63 (for doing the XSL
processing)

http://www.wallandbinkley.com/quaedam/?p=99 (for posting the output into
eXist)

Peter

 

-----Original Message-----
From: thomas908 [mailto:anshulkayastha@hcl.in] 
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2007 4:46 AM
To: users@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Process multiple XML files


Please help me find a solution to this problem. The requirement I have
is something like this:

1. We have, as an input, XML files ranging from 20-400MB which we need
to process.
2. A series of XSLTs (12 in number) need to be applied on these XMLs to
process them (XML to XML transformation). Output of first XSLT will be
input of second, output of second will be input of third and so on.
3. These XMLs need to be imported in an XML Database (eXist)

We have to automate this process.
I have written some Java code, which does the following 1. Applies XSLs
on XML 2. Stores the processed XMLs in eXist database

But for big XMLs I keep on getting OutOfMemory Exceptions. Is there a
better approach to do this?
Will Cocoon be of any use in this?
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