Re: [xsl] xsl optimization

Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl optimization
From: Oskar Werewka <ow5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 00:32:39 +0200

From my experience when you uses more detailed match - phrase in the xsl:template element it can work faster

I was hawing (for multi language support) in my XML doc

                <label id="1"> ............. </label>
                <label id="2"> ............. </label>

at first I was selecting labels using this:

<xsl:value-of select="label[@id='2']"/>

and then changed it to:

<xsl:value-of select="/page/labels/label[@id='2']"/>

the result was quite good,
the page was generated 2 or 3 times faster

but every text on the page was transformed that way.

Hi !

Is there any possibility for optimizing an XSL ?

I mean I work on a project right now and I count how much time it takes to
parse an XML with an XSL through Java. Well in an old version it took way
too much, while in a new version (with a new XSL) it works faster.

So I want to know if the word "optimization" can be applied to XSL
If yes, anybody can tell me what are the principles for optimizing an XSL.

Thank you in advance,
Gabriel Erzse

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