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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: cache and performance
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2000 16:43:38 GMT
Torsten Curdt wrote:
> > > Most of the projects we are working on are so heavily dynamic that this
> > > would mean almost none of the pages can be fully cached!? :-(
> > Well, if your pages are heavily dynamic, then why do you want to cache
> > them at all?
> ...because not everything is changing...
> Well, the point is - what is a page? Our XML-files stay the same most
> of the time, our XSLT-files stay the same.
> What changes is the data that comes out of the database that
> "enriches" the XML-files. So there is a long way until we can
> talk about "a page" and on this way there still some components
> that stay the same!!
> Caching the XML-file could save us from parsing and building
> the DOM XML-DOM tree (Cocoon1 without SAX). Caching of the
> XSLT-files would save another parsing task...
> ...I guess there's a lot to cache even on dynamic pages!

I was talking about the dynamic part, but for anything that concerns
XIncluding and XSLT filtering, Cocoon2 will have complete caching of
those parts that don't change so often, of course.

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