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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: XP taglib and new cocoon site
Date Wed, 12 Jul 2000 12:06:39 GMT
Then why don't you do what I suggested?

E.g.:
view.xml contains the code (XSP).
archive.xml contains the archive overview.

Use view.xml?get=archive.xml and use <xsp:include-file>. <xsp:include-file> 
does not suffer from the 64K restriction.

Why do you need any XSP in the overview anyway, if it is all pre-generated?

Ulrich Mayring <ulim@denic.de> wrote:
>
>Jeremy Quinn wrote:
> >
> > One thing you may consider is to pre-build the TOCs or list views.
> > This might not be possible, I do not know how the data is added to your
> > files, but, let's say the info was coming from a Form, you can write the
> > data to one file, and TOC info to another, in the same pass, saving you
> > from reconstructing it whenever someone wants to see it.
>
>Well, that pre-building is what I'm doing now and what gets me to the
>64K barrier :)
>
>The data is coming from a Unix mbox file, which is scanned periodically
>by mhonarc, which then writes out XML files for the messages and the
>overview pages. Especially the overview pages become pretty large,
>because there is a lot of information in them (e.g. cross-references to
>model the discussion threads).
>


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