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It's no my kind of thing...
I stopped looking at all these kinds of "Dutch" invented TV, and international sold, shows since "Big Brother" and alternatives like "Idols", "xxxxx talent", etc, etc TV shows...
Time for some "Steve Hacket" revival - way more interesting media ;-)
Edited by: Marco Gralike on Nov 19, 2010 9:21 PM
The Voice Of Holland, another talent-hunt show.
Another talent-hunt show you say?
Just the most successfull since all previous talenthunts, and the only one to attract 3million viewers per show here.
Which in the Netherlands means that about a third of the population is watching the TV right now....
Jep the streets are a bit quitere right now.
This is the audition of one the candidates: [Ben Saunders|http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAYiJBxHDB0]
Edited by: MichaelR64 on 19-nov-2010 21:26
Gladly I am not - I am babbling only nonsense (most of the time).
I will gladly take over, or fulfill that role, though, if people start associating Holland with this guy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geert_Wilders or, as an alternative, maybe all Dutch people should migrate to somewhere else and build a fence around the country that stood for Holland so nobody can get in or out, something this guy stands for any way so I would think a "win-win" situation.
Edited by: Marco Gralike on Nov 19, 2010 9:31 PM
What did i cause here ?
Just by mentioning TVOH ...
I don't know if i can supply the schema, the data itself is confidential(working at foreign affairs atm.). Will check.
Since the file can grow beyond 13Gb and we don't need any xml data, after extraction all data will be pushed into relational tables i am inclined to go for the sax parser way.
To bad it seems there isn't a sax parser on board of the db so it is a bit easier to control.
Edited by: MichaelR64 on 19-nov-2010 21:38
Step by step guide here:
It still works - used it a week ago to load 27.8 Gb of XML data in 1 document in approx 2 hours (oracle 188.8.131.52). Its based on Java SAX parser code once provided by Mark still somewhere on this forum. The code can be downloaded via the URL.
Edited by: Marco Gralike on Nov 19, 2010 10:46 PM
Edited by: Marco Gralike on Nov 19, 2010 10:57 PM