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My thoughts were to use php to splice the file and propagate all the pages.. normally I would just pull from a DB but that solution has been shot down from our DB manager.
I have 2 thoughts.
1. add XML tags of <productname><tagline><bodytext> to the xml file then parse getting the parts I need for each page.
However I'm thinking as this gets to be a big file that this might take too much time and memory to parse and store in the php code.
2. create an individual file for each product using the data i have. I think this would be the easiest and most efficient however if could make updating a real pain.... on the other there shouldn't be a lot of updating going on with this data maybe once a year... twice at the most.
joined:Nov 12, 2005
Also, it should use less memory allocation to use an event-based XML parser (eg Expat) instead of a tree-like one (eg SimpleXML).