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From Michael Hartle <>
Subject Re: Cocoon 2.0 Scalability Disappointment
Date Sat, 01 Dec 2001 00:04:42 GMT
Peter Royal wrote:

>>>From a caching standpoint, I've removed everything dynamic out of my XSP 
>documents so the results are cacheable. (I still like XSP because I can 
>precompute static final java objects to stick in as Request attributes).
You can keep your XSPs dynamic and yet cachable when you are able to 
classify the parameters your XSP is based on and use them appropriately 
in the cache-relevant functions; some time ago, I mapped some URI space 
to a XSP page which in turn generated a JPEG navigation button via SVG; 
depending on what was entered in the path, the pictures and labels on 
the button changed. By using these parameters in cache key 
generation/validation functions in the XSP (not sure  how exactly, but 
the code is around somewhere), I got the individual results 
appropriately cached.

Best regards,

Michael Hartle

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