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Event for reading a XML file
Posted by: Miguel A. Villar
Date: September 18, 2010 02:54PM


I have a little trouble I have detected in a routine created by me for parsing the XML data I retrieve from a file. The fact is the next: I have a file in my server that is updated every 3 seconds by my data provider and I created an Event that call a MySQL function that load such file (in XML format), parse it, and store the info in its respective Table. The work is done in a good way. The Issue is that I detected that from time to time the system lost packets.

Well, I decided to check it out in a separated Table with two fields; dateInserted and data.

At the outset I could see that every three seconds there was a new row with its data but from suddenly, there was a gap of 15 or 30 seconds without any row.

Is there any process in MySQL thats stop the Event timers? This Event is the most important in the system and I need its be as accurate as possible.

Any advice?

Thanks for your time.

Michael A.
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