XML Processing Benchmark for Java measures and compares the performance of XML Processing programs. It considers operations such as parsing, transformation, validation, encryption and decryption, custom access and manipulation, or any combination of these applied to one or more XML files or byte streams. It consists of code to carry out certain XML processing tasks, code and script to run the processing tasks and report performance measurements, and a framework to plug code and scripts in for processing. It also allows for XStat Processing, which collects certain statistics about an XML file.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup XML Benchmark|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Modified the measurement code to time a loop of operations instead of a single operation, modified the Pull Parser support as per the current specification of XmlPull API (1.0.8), added support for the dom4j API, and added a significantly more flexible and usable build.xml script for compiling and running the benchmark. Better and simpler reporting of performance data is now provided. The user guide was also revamped.