Re: [xsl] [design question]

Subject: Re: [xsl] [design question]
From: "TP" <tpass001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 07:58:59 -0600

> I have a servlet based application where the servlet recieves xml from
> another application and then uses xalan to transform that xml to html
> xsl on the server side.
> Now all that goes through to the browser is html so every transaction
> the mvc pattern has a stylesheet associated with it. The problem is that
> my stylesheets are too huge. One of them for example has 1653 lines, which
> is difficult to maintain, even though templated and also I am not sure
> it does for the loading time of each stylesheet before transformation.
> now I dont see any problem but i was wondering whether I could improve
> design.
> Could I use import/include to put all the javascript in a separate .js
> and include it when the stylesheet loads. Would this slow down or fasten
> process.
> Could I do the same for templates in the stylesheets, for example, each
> stylesheet has a status bar, I could put that in a status.xsl and
> include/import on it later.
> Notice that I use import/include because I dont know what the difference
> Can someone please tell me which is faster.
> Thanks in advance.
> TP.
Jeni,  Micheal, Tobias any ideas/suggestions.



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