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Re: performance with XSLT

Subject: Re: performance with XSLT
From: Joerg.Heinicke@xxxxxx
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 02:53:30 +0100 (MET)
xsl low performance
A good structure of XML and a good XSLT shouldn't cause any problems. We use
Cocoon 2 (xml.apache.org/cocoon) for an online super market (www.lofex.de),
which is completely based on Java and XSP in backend, XML as interface
between backend and frontend, and XSLT. The transformation times are really low.
The transformations can also be cached in Cocoon 2.



> Hi,
> We are re-designing our site using XSLT and XML
> technologies. Earlier the site is developed using
> JSPs.
> I have concerns regarding the performance with XSLT
> transformations.
> Can some one give me an idea about performance issues
> with XSLT? what are the best practices to achieve the
> good performance.
> thanks
> Dayanand

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