Re: AW: XSL Tools
john.markor@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > This bring up an interesting point. Is there an advantage to saving the HTML file and delivering a static version to a browser rather than >a dynamic version delivered on the fly using XSL and, say IE5 (just for > an example.) For most sites, the advantage of saving the HTML is compatibility with IE 1-4 and Netscape 1-5. > I've always been under the impressiion that the dynamic delivery is > preferable from a management standpoint - could I be wrong here? In a simple system, XML delivery is easier to manage because you don't need to continually make sure that the HTML always reflects the XML. In a slightly more complex system, that management can be handled entirely by software -- it's a sort of server-side cache. -- Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco "I don't want you to describe to me -- not ever -- what you were doing to that poor boy to make him sound like that; but if you ever do it again, please cover his mouth with your hand," Grandmother said. -- John Irving, "A Prayer for Owen Meany" XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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