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RE: [xsl] XSL Transformation overhead

Subject: RE: [xsl] XSL Transformation overhead
From: Pieter Reint Siegers Kort <pieter.siegers@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 10:31:59 -0600

Hi Rajan,

in addition to all the posts, if your xslt stylesheets do not change, then
you will want to preload them and add them to some type of cache, this would
eliminate multiple parsing and loading penalties.

Also, starting up Java has some costs but only the first time.

60,000 faxes per hour of each 50KB does require some hardware, and I think
it would be appropiate to have each transformation conclude as this frees up

Like MK and other say, your next step should be running and monitoring the
system and if necessary determine performance bottlenecks - that way you'll
get to the specific system components that you should change in one way or

When you do that you'll be able to come up with more specific questions.

Good luck!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bhaskar, Rajan [mailto:RBhaskar@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 2:14 PM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [xsl] XSL Transformation overhead

 I want to know which if xsl transformation of xml or xml parsing would
provide better performance in increased load.
Our system requires around 15TPS and everyday during the peak 2 hours a
volume of 120000 faxes needs to sent/received.
the xml size is app. 50KB. 

Any thoughts?


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