RE: xslt on server-side vs. client-side
> Just to chime in and see if I'm understanding the data side of the > discussion (not the 'green' part). Looks like a pretty good summary although I didn't spend enough time reading to see if I correlated all your points properly... > Is there really a generic answer to this question? Most certainly not (which is why my original response tried to restrict the discussion to a small subset). > If I want > users to be able to have the real data, in XML format, then no matter > which way you do it above, you must have a mechanism to say "if they > come at my web-site from this entry-point, they get XML". When I've had that requirement I usually do it by serving the XML through a different (most likely authenticated) port/HTTP path than the regular HTML. Most often, for me, the requirement for the "raw" XML is a B2B issue and not a B2C issue (in the generic sense). XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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