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  1. Performance of XML parser (3 messages)

    Has anyone got some sort of reference or site which has a metrics on XML parser performance comparison? Scalability comparison would be good too.

    All I've got here is http://www.xml-zone.com/articles/pm020101/pm020101-1.asp

    I'm particularly looking at JDOM + Crimson. Any comments would be appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Have a look at:

    http://www.pankaj-k.net/xpb4j/docs/Measurements-May30/measurements-May30-2002.html

    It provides a comparison of most of the common parsers, both SAX & DOM and also provides some interesting metrics with regard to the JVM etc.

    HTH

    Andy Bowes
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    Have a look here,

    http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-injava/index.html

    They compare , Crimson, Xerces, JDOM, XPP and EXML. You can download all the testing code, and they have links to the parsers under the 'Resources' section.

    TK.
  4. Performance of XML parser[ Go to top ]

    Good article on the IBM site. As always, somewhat dated. We are using EXML. It is up to having a version 5 beta release (the article had access to 2.2 at the time) and it supports the DOM API as of version 4.
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    We are using it to serialize/deserialize Java objects to SOAP encoded XML form and it screams.

    Daniel