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From "Laurent Eskenazi" <laurent.esken...@antistatic.fr>
Subject Re: WML deck size issue.
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2000 12:44:54 GMT
Something related I thought of just after sending the previous mail:

Is there a way to generate multiple (WML) files, displaying each one a part
of the data, from 1 XML using XSL ?

Thanks

Laurent


> Hi.
>
> I'm working on a site call Antistatic which is basically about mobile
> communiies and mobile forums, available on both web and WAP device.
>
> The site is generated as following, using XSP and XSL:
> SQL --> XML --> HTML or WML
>
> There is no problem with the HTML version (french site available on
> http://www.antistatic.fr)
>
> But most WML browsers allow a deck to be less than 1300bytes. The problem
is
> that I don't know how to control the size of the generated WML When users
> are putting large messages on the site, I crashes my Siemens S35i.
>
> Sure, I could check the generated *XML* (and not WML) to be small enough,
> but it woul be a pain to test every part of the site like that.
>
> I dream of some sort of automatic tool wich would easily split large WML
> files in multiple parts small enough to fit in any brower and wicth would
> allow a linking (a "next button") from one page to other ones.
>
> Does anybody ever encountered such a problem ? Any idea on how to solve it
?
>
> Thanks
>
> Laurent
>
> Laurent Eskenazi - Antistatic - www.antistatic.fr
>
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