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Subject: Re: Reusing XT instances
From: Eric van der Vlist <vdv@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 21:44:54 +0100
eric streich
Hi Bob,

It depends on your context !

The XSLServlet works in a servlet environment which is multi threaded
and it wouldn't be safe to use the same object.

However, the longest operation is the parsing of the XSLT transformation
which is done before the XSLProcessor is cached and therefore, this
parsing is reused.

The driver is a different story since it's running in it's own java VM.

Hope this helps.


Robert Streich wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience with reusing an XT object
> (XSLProcessorImpl)?
> In looking through James' code, it's mixed. In com.jclark.xsl.sax.Driver, he
> reuses the object. But in com.jclark.xsl.sax.XSLServlet, he clones a new
> instance every execution (including creating a new parser).
> If possible, I'd like to reduce the creation and destruction of a bunch of
> objects for lots of pretty short transformations. On the other hand, I'd like
> to be safe (that is without looking through all to code to look for the
> possibility of retained states).
> Any thoughts or experiences on the subject?
> thanks,
> bob
> Robert Streich
> Calico Commerce
> rstreich@xxxxxxxxxx
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