Re: [xsl] XSLT implementation

Subject: Re: [xsl] XSLT implementation
From: Jean-Baptiste Quenot <jb.quenot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 22:58:10 +0200
* Robert Koberg:

> TO transform your xml with xsl on the server
> you could use xalan ( or saxon
> ( as the xsl processor. Each
> has examples on how to use with servlets.

Yes, it is a possibility, but using  Resin's XSL engine, you gain XSL to
Java transformation, which means that an XML file is transformed by your
XSL stylesheet as fast as if the server was serving a static HTML file.

Once your XSL is compiled as  a Java class file, every transformation is
very very fast. Furthermore,  you gain caching on  your output, provided
you setup the appropriate caching  headers, which means Resin won't ever
transform the input document again... unless you modify it!

Try to do that with Xalan ;)
Jean-Baptiste Quenot

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