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The DOM API is filled with design patterns, especially creational patterns: package consists solely of interfaces), which can let a misbehaved program wreak havoc in a shared environment such as an app-server.The XML specification requires that an XML document either have a prologue that specifies its encoding, or be encoded in UTF-8 or UTF-16.I'm searching the java library for parsing XML (complex configuration and data files), I googled a bit but couldn't found other than dom4j (Seems like they are working on V2)..I have taken look at commons configuration but didn't liked it, Other apache projects on XML seems under hibernation.
The downside of DOM, of course, is that it's all in memory, and the DOM implementation adds quite a bit to the memory footprint of the data.
*/ Validating(false); /* This should be the default, but let's be safe and try and disable it.
* We also have to cater for older XML parsers that do not support this.
I'm currently trying to use JAXB to unmarshal an XML file, but it seems that the XML file is too large (~500mb) for the unmarshaller to handle. Out Of Memory Error: Java heap space @ Unmarshaller um = Instance("com.sample.xml"); Export e = (Export)um.unmarhsal(new File("SAMPLE.
XML")); I'm guessing this is becuase it's trying to open the large XML file as...