Thanks Justin, please do.

The original worked because you were targeting an array directly - so RPG puts the count into the PSDS. Since there is a count available therefore there is nothing missing because it has already told you how many there are. In the "all-in-one" approach the counts are needed because you're not targeting an array at the top level.


Jon Paris

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On Aug 29, 2018, at 1:31 PM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm sure my single XML-INTO was still not quite right, which may be causing the slowdown. The five individual XML-INTO commands get by without allowmissing, but the single XML-INTO can't. The single XML-INTO loaded the data structure and all my tests passed, but it still showed something missing.

I'll check the vendor docs and see if they have any sample XML files. If so, I'll send you a copy off-list.



-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Paris [mailto:jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: Re: XML-INTO & path

I am really surprised that it is slower to do all of it at once rather than in pieces - can't think of a logical reason why that would be. You'd think a single parse would always have to be faster than multiples.

You can still use the count option to avoid allowmissing even if processing it in pieces.

If you have a test XML file you can send me I'd love to see it - might be the next article!


Jon Paris

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