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RE: Document() function: GET vs. POST

Subject: RE: Document() function: GET vs. POST
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 18:59:39 -0000
bijo alex thomas
> This is perfectly OK for side-effect free GET. However, it could be 
> actively dangerous for POST. The lack of POST support in XSLT 
> is not an 
> oversight. It's quite deliberate.

I think we're talking here about xsl:result-document. This has been
carefully hedged around with restrictions to ensure that the effect is
reasonably predictable, for example, you're not allowed to write to the same
URI twice. By its nature, writing output is a side-effect.

Michael Kay

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