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Re: Paging using XSLT

Subject: Re: Paging using XSLT
From: robert@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 13:21:24 -0800 (PST)
scrollable cursors xslt
What's stopping you using scrollable cursors to do this?

On Fri, 3 Nov 2000, Michael Bierenfeld wrote:

> "Xu, Xiaocun" wrote:
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> >         The solution suggested here seems to be solution to my problem
> > "Display multiple pages": I have a XML document that could have over 1,000
> > database records, and I would like to split them up to multiple pages for
> > display purposes, with Prev and Next button to advance between the pages.
> >         The solution you suggested is two-steps: incoming XML already
> > separated by pages, XSLT translates them one by one.  I was hoping to do all
> > these in XSLT so that parameters such as maxLinesPerPage can be controlled
> > within the XSLT.  With the two step process, such customization needs to be
> > done in the XML generation process which is not as flexible.  Is there no
> > way to do something like this all within XSLT?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Xiaocun Xu
> > xxu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> We had a similar Problem. DataBaseRecords >
> 20.000. We tried bits an pieces with XSLT. Didnt
> work out. IMHO the only reasonable solution is to
> do the paging in the Database.
> We use JDBC to acces the DB. Some Databases do
> support forward, backward and stepping inside
> cursors but some dont. So this is tricky in any
> case.
> Regards
> Michael
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