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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31116] - Too Many File handles open
Date Wed, 08 Sep 2004 22:37:02 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From conal.tuohy@vuw.ac.nz  2004-09-08 22:37 -------
I think Vadim may be right about the XSLT function "document()". Have you tried
using Cocoon aggregation techniques in place of "document()"? I would recommend
using the xinclude transformer or map:aggregate rather than document(). You may
need to split your XSLT transform into 2, with an xinclude in between.

Which is not to say that you shouldn't pursue the bug, just that there may be a
work-around for it :-)

BTW, using "document()" in Cocoon pipelines has other drawbacks, not the least
of which is that it is still (AFAIK) not integrated with Cocoon's caching, so
you can refer to a document using the document() function, but your pipeline's
validity will NOT depend on the referenced document, which means your pipeline
may still return cached results after the referenced document has changed.

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