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From "Boisvert, Éric" <>
Subject RE: Increasing Cocoon Portal speed
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 12:59:53 GMT
Hi Angelo

Altough I did try the multi fragment approach, some people also suggested
looking into stx transformer , and indeed, my stx pipeline is faster because
the incoming document start being processed as soon as it is being generated
by the previous component, as opposed to xslt that need to wait that the
whole input document loads in memory.  

I found stx more general than multifragment and it allows one to save
elements during the processing, so it's theorically possible to do
everything you could do in xslt in stx.  But using stx (it's an event based
adaptation of xslt) requires rethinking you transformer.  It works great
when you deal with a long monotonous list of element that can be processeed
individually, it requires a bit more planning and you must put a bit more
effort in stx to create a efficient transformation -- the sequence of
element in the input document is very important for stx.

I don't know if this will help with your problem, I suggest you peek at stx
specs and decide by yourself.

Hope it helps.

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Angelo Immediata []
Envoyé : 6 novembre, 2005 05:11
À : Help Cocoon
Objet : Increasing Cocoon Portal speed

Hi all.
First of all i'm sorry for being so discontinuous in following this thread,
but i'm very busy in the project i'm following.
However i have read this thread: where
there has been a solution for processing large file and increasing the
performance.... May us use this approach in order to process large layout
and copletinstancedata xml files?

What about this way?Or have you thinked about anything else?

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