Re: Relationship between XSLT and ASP (was Re: asp problem)
Paul, > 4. It lacks streaming, that means every incoming stream of XML events > should get accumulated into DOM-alike structure before starting > processing, that also forces memory accolactions / deallocations again > and that means "you'l better to filter / sort / group on the level of > SQL server, but not on the level of XSLT" Maybe I'm entirely mistaken, but isn't the premise behind Cocoon 2 (for example) that you can use streaming-ish things like SAX and not have to build document trees for your source? I understand that you would have to build trees for your result output, due to aggregating functions such as <xsl:for-each> and so forth, but you should just be able to accumulate the output result as the input "stream" comes in. The only thing I might really be confused by is whether there is an intended meaning to the word "stream" which I'm missing. Dan XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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