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From "Lock, Fred" <fl...@gohealthcast.com>
Subject Using document() in a stylesheet
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2001 23:34:13 GMT
Hi,

I want to do this in a stylesheet:

<xsl:variable doc="some-doc"
select="document('http://some-server/some-doc.xml')"/>

The first time the stylesheet is run, the URL in the document() function is
accessed. After that, it appears to be cached, and any changes to
"some-doc.xml" are not reflected in the output of the document function.

Is there any way to turn off this caching so that everytime the stylesheet
is run, the URL is accessed, and changes to "some-doc.xml" are seen?

Thanks,
Fred

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