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It will also use JAXB to create our header and let it write to the output.

The JAXB objects are generated default by using the Schema compiler (xjc).

Last week I was asked to write something in Java that is able to split a single 30GB XML file into smaller parts of configurable file size.

The consumer of the file is going to be a middle-ware application that has problems with the large size of the XML.

For the demo code I re-created the schema in simplified form: The header is neglectable in size.

A single data element repetition is also pretty small, lets say less less then 50k B.

If you would remove the indication of the default namespace at line 6, the root element will be prefixed (with a random prefix) like: article).

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If you do not specify a prefix, a prefix will be generated for you, or, in our case no prefix will be generated at all because St AX knows we already set the default namespace.

Last but not least, XSLT1.0/2.0 are non-streaming, meaning that they will read the entire source document into memory, so this clearly excludes XSLT from the possibilities.

This leaves us with Java XML parsing as the only option left.

The JAXB binding compiler will automatically compile the schema and put the generated sources on the classpath.

public void start Splitting() throws Exception { XMLStream Reader2 xml Stream Reader = ((XMLInput Factory2) XMLInput Instance()) .create XMLStream Reader(Big Xml Test.Resource("/Big Xml Test.xml")); Print Writer validation Results = enable Validation Handling(xml Stream Reader); int file Number = 0; int data Repetitions = 0; XMLStream Writer xml Stream Writer = open Output File And Write Header( file Number); // Prepare first file The first line creates our St AX stream reader which means we are using the cursor API. There is also a strange "2" in the classname which refers to the St AX 2 features from Woodstox, one of them is probably the support for validation.

If you do not specify a prefix, a prefix will be generated for you, or, in our case no prefix will be generated at all because St AX knows we already set the default namespace.

Last but not least, XSLT1.0/2.0 are non-streaming, meaning that they will read the entire source document into memory, so this clearly excludes XSLT from the possibilities.

This leaves us with Java XML parsing as the only option left.

The JAXB binding compiler will automatically compile the schema and put the generated sources on the classpath.

public void start Splitting() throws Exception { XMLStream Reader2 xml Stream Reader = ((XMLInput Factory2) XMLInput Instance()) .create XMLStream Reader(Big Xml Test.Resource("/Big Xml Test.xml")); Print Writer validation Results = enable Validation Handling(xml Stream Reader); int file Number = 0; int data Repetitions = 0; XMLStream Writer xml Stream Writer = open Output File And Write Header( file Number); // Prepare first file The first line creates our St AX stream reader which means we are using the cursor API. There is also a strange "2" in the classname which refers to the St AX 2 features from Woodstox, one of them is probably the support for validation.

From here: St AX2 is an experimental API that is intended to extend basic St AX specifications in a way that allows implementations to experiment with features before they end up in the actual St AX specification (if they do).