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From ne...@ca.ibm.com
Subject Re: [design]: grammar caching
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2002 17:07:05 GMT
Hi Thomas,

Perhaps you're right about JAXP, but even your example presupposes the
existence of TRAX.  So to my mind we need to develop as good a grammar
caching API as possible, then work to ensure that anything JAXP comes up
with is compatible.

Cheers,
Neil
Neil Graham
XML Parser Development
IBM Toronto Lab
Phone:  905-413-3519, T/L 969-3519
E-mail:  neilg@ca.ibm.com



Thomas2.Maesing@bgs-ag.de on 01/09/2002 02:58:14 AM

Please respond to xerces-j-dev@xml.apache.org

To:   xerces-j-dev@xml.apache.org
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Subject:  Re: [design]: grammar caching



Hi,
in my opinion also grammar caching is very important. As I have reported I
get a
performance improvement of factor 10 by using the grammar caching of the
DOM Level 3
implementation.

But in my opinion these features should be provided in the highest level of
used APIs.
So it should go into JAXP.

For XSLT people have started with the TRAX API which then have been taken
by the
JAXP people. In my opinion TRAX fits the needs of advanced application
development
with XSLT very well.

Best regards

Thomas Mäsing


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