However, the cost of this flexibility is a potentially large memory footprint and significant processor requirements, because the entire representation of the document must be held in memory as objects for the duration of the document processing.
On most versions of windows you must first save these files to your local machine, and then unblock the file in order to read it.
The DOM model involves creating in-memory objects representing an entire document tree and the complete infoset state for an XML document.
Once in memory, DOM trees can be navigated freely and parsed arbitrarily, and as such provide maximum flexibility for developers.
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