RE: [xsl] Optimal configuration of the XSLT processor

Subject: RE: [xsl] Optimal configuration of the XSLT processor
From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 13:42:40 -0000
In Saxon the most efficient approach here is to pre-build any source
document that will be used as input to multiple transformations as a Saxon
DocumentImpl object (or TinyDocumentImpl). It doesn't matter which of the
three documents is the primary source and which are supplied as parameters.

Mike Kay

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> [mailto:owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Shakeel
> Mahate
> Sent: 15 February 2001 00:07
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> Subject: [xsl] Optimal configuration of the XSLT processor
> I need suggestions on optimal configuration of the XSLT processor for
> my Java servlet web application.
> My transformation consists of the following components:
> "generic.xsl"
>    One stylesheet for the complete application
> "layout.xml"
>    Users will write a configuration file in XML. It contains the XML
> tags representing the various HTML controls.  The XML tags will have
> the corresponding templates in the generic.xsl stylesheet
> "container.xml"
>    Container will represent the data which will be populated in the
> HTML forms.  In reality this is not a document, rather an
> in-memory DOM
> "i18n.xml"
>    This XML document represents the labels specific to a locale.
> Now I have three inputs, one stylesheet.  Not all the inputs
> are files.
> My question is, how should I configure my Xalan 2.0.0 or Saxon XSLT in
> my servlet.
> I know I can precompile my static stylesheet, since it is static.
> Which of the others can I make a source and which of them can be
> parameters?
> Can in-memory DOM object become a parameter?
> Should DOM "container.xml" be a source?
> I will have one instance of the XSLT processor which I will
> clone everytime
> I have to transform the input, rather than create an instance
> for every
> request.  This is a requirement since it XSLT processor are
> single threaded
> Can you critic my architecture, provide suggestions.
> -Shakeel Mahate
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