Re: XQuery basics
2008/6/5 Robert Koberg <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>: > I think I get what you are talking about: An XSL is like a JSP or PHP > page. But, as I am sure you know, you cannot include/import components > the same way you can in something like JSP. The components are not > reused! Your in-memory XSLs can start to take up a good deal of space if > you have quite a few (which sounds like what you want). > > Also, are you going to (eventually) want to duplicate the functions that > the eXist team put together for XQuery in eXist on the web? E.g. in > addition to request parameters, are you going to want request/session > attributes (set and get)? Maybe send an email? :) implementation details... :0) -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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