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XSLT for Pre-Processing

 
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Does XSLT load the entire document into memory before it begins processing? I read in ProXML2 that you could pre-process a document with XSLT before processing with DOM if memory is a concern. But, this doesn't make sense to me if XSLT also has to fully load the document before processing it. How would this save memory?
 
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Yes,the XSLT processors rely on holding all the data in memory while transformation is taking place.Infact the tree structure can be 10 times the the original data size.The combination of a SAX filter for simple data extraction,followed by XSLT to do complex manipulation can be a better option than using DOM.
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