RE: [xsl] how to estimate speed of a transformation

Subject: RE: [xsl] how to estimate speed of a transformation
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 14:52:07 -0000

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Niko Matsakis [mailto:niko@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
    <shameless-plug>If you are really interested in top notch 
    XSLT performance, you should check out DataPower's 
    XA35/XS40.  It is powered by an XSLT JIT compiler 
    specifically intended to provide excellent performance.  If 
    performance is really important to you, it's worth a look.  
    We also have a built-in XSLT profiler, support for exslt 
    extensions, etc.</shameless-plug>
    my 2 cents,

Is that the cost Niko? 2 cents?
 There don't seem to be any prices on the website?

<quote>the XA35 provides near instantaneous transformation of XML </quote>
Must be good then.

regards DaveP

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