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XMLMill User Guide

Version: 3.00 Date: January 2nd, 2008
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Volume testing

In order to give you the possibility to do volume/stress testing with XMLMill, a separate directory is included containing some large .xml files you can use.

Also some .xsl files are available that will generate each different .pdf documents testing a specific element:

Example_volume_paragraph.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing <ml:p> elements.

Example_volume_paragraph_with_markers.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing <ml:p> elements and the markers in the header.

Example_volume_barcode.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing <ml:barcode> elements.

Example_volume_textbox.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing <ml:textbox> elements.

Example_volume_table.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing one large <ml:table>.

Example_volume_table_barcode.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing one large <ml:table> with a <ml:barcode> in a field in each row.

Example_volume_paragraph_caligula.xsl

This .xsl file will generate a .pdf document containing <p> elements with the Caligula font and font-name attribute.

In order to facilitate the volume tests two batch files (run_all.cmd and run_all.sh) are included for your convenience.

In order to use these batch files you will need to change the CLASSPATH to include the mentioned jar files. You also need to change the JAVA_HOME and XMLMILL_HOME variables.

The batch file will generate the .pdf documents. To know the size and elapsed time, please check the generated .log files.

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