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Subject: Re: Help needed
From: "K.Sukrutha Kini" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 9 Dec 2001 21:25:08 -0800

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Reply Eugene Xavier Query

If u can send me the source, I can tell u how to


--- Eugene Xavier <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> In one of the Projects we use xml end to end i.e..,
> ASP to VB COM+
> objects and to SQL 2000 which uses TSQL stored
> procedures. We are
> hitting with the performance issues on using xml
> everywhere and we are
> in the process of deciding how to efficiently use
> XML.. We have a DOM
> document wrapper class in VB which we use to parse
> the xml document.
>                        Can you give some inputs on
> how to use XML
> efficiently in ASP, VB and in stored procedures?
> Some tips can be of
> some help.(Recently we discovered that using data
> island in asp can be
> helpful for display only grids.)  Do you have any
> inputs on efficient
> way of parsing and using xml? We dont use SAX
> parsers because most of
> the times we need to update the XML.  In the SQL
> server, using openxml
> method to read an xml has become a performance
> bootleneck since we deal
> with huge xml documents. Can you suggest some
> performance tuning in SQL
> server when we use xml?
> Thanks for your help in advance
> regards
> Eugene

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