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Subject: Re: Templates.newTransformer synchronization
From: "Mohsen Saboorian" <mohsens@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 21:01:51 +0330
newtransformer
Sorry, I didn't see your previous answer.
Please ignore this.
Thanks.

On 7/17/06, Mohsen Saboorian <mohsens@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Michael,
Is the term XSLT compiler (which is commonly used for tools such as
XSLTC, Gregor/XSLT, XSLJIT, etc) also applicable to Saxon. I mean, is
the API functionality of parsing (probably building a parse tree or
something similar for later use) which is provided in XSLTC, is also
available for other JAXP implementations such as Saxon?

Thanks.

On 7/17/06, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > I want to cache an instance of a Transformer (e.g. using
> > Templates.newTransformer()) in the application scope of a web
> > application (multi-threaded). Is there any synchronization
> > problem with this approach (using Saxon)?
>
> I think I should perhaps have added that whether you reuse the Transformer
> really doesn't make a big difference. The important thing is to cache and
> reuse the Templates object, which represents the compiled stylesheet. Doing
> that is a very big saving, especially when the transformations themselves
> run quickly (because the input documents are small).
>
> Michael Kay
> http://www.saxonica.com/

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