RE: AW: XSL Tools
> 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.) > > I've always been under the impressiion that the dynamic > delivery is preferable from a management standpoint - could I > be wrong here? It depends on the situation. You can do both by inserting a cache management layer. If neither the source document nor the XSL changed, just send back the cached HTML file. Don XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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