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From Kisu San <Kishore....@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Jackrabbit XPath performance
Date Thu, 08 Nov 2007 17:26:58 GMT

Hi Ard,

>>crossposted to the users list,

I thought I replied to all (users list)

Anyway, I am using jackrabbit 1.3.3 which comes with jcr-1.0.jar I try to
find if there any further version to it. But could not find any further

Is this a old version? if Yes, what is the latest version?

Ard Schrijvers wrote:
> Hello Kisu,
> I have crossposted to the users list, because I think the place to
> discuss it is over there. See my comments below:
>> Kisu San wrote: 
>> 		QueryResult results = getQueryResults(query);
>> 		NodeIterator it = results.getNodes();
>> 		log.debug("Size is  " + it.getSize());
>> 		BulletinDTO dto = null;
>> 		//while (it.hasNext()) {
>> 		for (int i= 0; i < it.getSize(); i++){
>> 			Node n = it.nextNode();  =====> this is 
>> where it is taking more time for fetch the first record. 
>> after that it is looping fast
>> Is there anything wrong with NodeIterator?
> Not that I am aware of, but I think you have a problem that is already
> solved. Which version are you using of JR?
> From the top of my head, it had something todo with lazy loading of
> nodes. Apparently, as you indicate you do not have the setLimit, and
> this was part of the performance improvement, certainly for large result
> set. 
> Also, I do not know wether you have implemented your own access manager,
> which might slow fetching results down as well, depending on the
> implementation.
> Anyway, if you are using an older version of JR, can you try it with the
> trunk or some lately released version. Currently, getting results of
> simple queries is very fast, so in your case there must be something
> really different than currently in JR trunk
> Regards Ard

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