The SAXCount sample parses an XML file and prints out a count of the number of
elements in the file. To run SAXCount, enter the following
The following parameters may be set from the command line
SAXCount [options] <XML file | List file>
This program invokes the SAX Parser, and then prints the
number of elements, attributes, spaces and characters found
in each XML file, using SAX API.
-l Indicate the input file is a List File that has a list of xml files.
Default to off (Input file is an XML file).
-v=xxx Validation scheme [always | never | auto*].
-n Enable namespace processing. Defaults to off.
-s Enable schema processing. Defaults to off.
-f Enable full schema constraint checking. Defaults to off.
-locale=ll_CC specify the locale, default: en_US
-? Show this help.
* = Default if not provided explicitly.
-v=always will force validation
-v=never will not use any validation
-v=auto will validate if a DOCTYPE declaration or a schema declaration is present in the XML document
Here is a sample output from SAXCount
SAXCount -v=always personal.xml
personal.xml: 60 ms (37 elems, 12 attrs, 134 spaces, 134 chars)
Running SAXCount with the validating parser gives a different result because
ignorable white-space is counted separately from regular characters.
SAXCount -v=never personal.xml
personal.xml: 10 ms (37 elems, 12 attrs, 0 spaces, 268 chars)
Note that the sum of spaces and characters in both versions is the same.
|The time reported by the program may be different depending on your