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A mechanism to handle large data / payload embedded in XML without memory overload

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000239284D
Publication Date: 2014-Oct-27

Publishing Venue

The IP.com Prior Art Database

Abstract

XML parsers are extensively used in the enterprise environments where (large) data (payload) from disparate systems are exchanged in the form of XML data. Since the XML data arrives to enterprise runtime from several external sources, the size of the payload is unpredictable, parsing such a data can lead to memory exhaustion situations. Applications and business requirements often prefer using the XML Processors as it represents the object model. But there is a challenge to accommodate unpredictable large payload in XML Processors without allocating proportionate memory to it. The proposed mechanism involves setting the unpredictable payloads as streamable during design time, XML processors creates references. XML Processors include DOM / JAXB