main memory consumption using xalan
Hi, we use xalan 2.6 in an Tomcat/web-environment using the JAXP 1.3 API to run Xalan-Java. We transform our xml documents to generate XHTML pages. We have many types of xml data. These all are transformed by type-specific xsl using some standardard XSL templates. So we have the following (simplified) structure: Template A.xsl for type A: <xsl:include href="includes/base.xsl"/> <xsl:tempalte match="*"> .....do something Template B.xsl for type B: <xsl:include href="includes/base.xsl"/> <xsl:tempalte match="*"> .....do something and so on for about 20 types When transformation for a document of type A is done A.xsl and base.xsl are loaded and kept in main memory. When transformation for a document of type B is done B.xsl and A NEW INSTANCE of base.xsl are loaded and kept in main memory. After all we need 20 times the memory for base.xsl! So, main memory is wasted and we have costs to allocate this memory. Does anybody know how to avoid this behaviour? Best regards Thomas.
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