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Bulk loading files into Sedna XML DB

The problem is to upload plenty of files into Sedna XML DB . How would you do this? If it is a repeated action, it's logical to create an application for this. This is quite easy using Sedna XML:DB Java API . Actually we've already done so but this article addresses another case. There is a problem using Java API that is the performance. Using Java API always brings overhead compared to using embedded terminal utility (I got the performance of 2 seconds per file with the remote Sedna installation). Now I have several thousands of files and I want to upload them fast so let's turn to writing some useful scripts to automate it. Generate bulk load file First we need to generate an xquery file with LOAD instructions that are supported by Sedna terminal utility. Let's do this with another simple script. I had to do this under both Linux and Windows systems so you'll find two scripts below. First comes the Linux shell script: #!/bin/sh OUTPUT_FILE=bulk_load.xque