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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: Sitemap globals in XSLT?
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2005 07:37:15 GMT
Geert Josten wrote:
>> Well, whilst Cocoon provides a URIResolver, that will only be invoked 
>> at runtime. And the whole point of caching is to prevent the runtime 
>> stage.  Given the contents of a document() function can be dynamic, 
>> i.e. could change between requests, there is no way for Cocoon to know 
>> which documents are actually going to be referenced, and thus need to 
>> be cached.
>> Maybe a workaround might be to provide a list of documents to the 
>> TraxTransformer from the sitemap, purely for caching:
>> <map:transform type="xslt" src="stylesheet-using-document-function.xsl">
>>   <map:parameter name="referenced-documents"
>>                  value="xml/my-file{1}.xml xml/my-other-file{2}.xml"/>
>> </map:transform>
>> But then you get into hassles about where the filename is relative to, 
>> as here it is referenced as a string, not as a source.
>> So, it really isn't that straightforward :-(
> Ah, that makes sense and nope, it isn't. I guess that is why include 
> transformers are adviced over the document() function.
> Would using a non-caching pipe 'help' in this case?

Yes, it would solve that problem, if potentially causing a performance 
problem at the same time.


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