Re: [xsl] XSLT on the server side

Subject: Re: [xsl] XSLT on the server side
From: António Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 18:41:40 +0100
Thanks. But as i'm not a expert on that, that raises me a question.
The caching of both stylesheets and results of transformations are
made by who? The processor, like Saxon? Or the web server?

Now, i'm using a XSLTProcessor (in Sarissa) that allow for xslt
reusability, will it be someone like that?

I'm sorry if this questions are too dumb, but...

On 9/2/05, Jay Bryant <jay@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Whatever approach you choose, if you have any signicifant level of
> > throughput, make sure that you cache compiled stylesheets in memory
> > than recompiling them on each request.
> >
> > Michael Kay
> >
> >
> From the category of experiences worth remembering: When I was a contractor
> at Interleaf (and then an employee at Broadvision), I worked on an
> document management product (Bladerunner). The system stored documents as
> trees of nodes in a database. We found that users tended to request the
> documents many times rather than each request being a new document. So, we
> cached the results of each query and the resulting transformation and got a
> significant performance boost (on the order of halving our average
> for our trouble.
> So I suggest you give result caching a try, too. As ever, YMMV (maybe your
> users aren't as repetitive as ours were).
> Jay Bryant
> Bryant Communication Services

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