RE: Loading an external file of index
> What does means this "for-each" as soon as I use it only to > load a document <xsl:for-each> performs two functions: it iterates over a node-set, and it changes the current node. It is often used (as in this example) for the second purpose alone. > Also, I'm a little bit curious on performances : for now the document > database is not so heavy. But let suppose, later having a 10000 document > database with something like 100 keyref in each document. Parsing and loading 10000 documents is going to require a fast processor, a large memory, and a lot of patience. > Would an XSL transformer need to load the shared file 100 times per > document ? If you make several calls on document() with the same URI, the processor is obliged to return the same document each time: in other words, it won't reload it. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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