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From Chris Faulkner <>
Subject Changing Xalan XSL (WAS Re: SVG - java socket exception)
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2002 17:26:09 GMT

More on this - a couple of others seem to have similar problems but nobody ever got a reply
when they post the error .... makes me think it  is a bug. Anyhow, if I change this parameter
to false (it is true by default) in

<parameter name="incremental-processing" value="false"/>

I don't get the errors but the JSP is still being called 2 or 3 times so it is much slower
and I'd rather leave the incremental-processing  parameter at true. How can I change from
xalan to another XSL engine ? There 
a mention of this on the performance tips page but no instructions about how to do it.


>I am getting on OK with Cocoon. I like it very much. I am using some JSP code as a generator.
This creates some XML data which I apply xsl to transform to SVG. This is then serialised
>svgxml and returned to the client. It all works fine. Except that, looking at my logs,
very often, the first execution of the JSP returns this to stdout/stderr.
>java.lang.RuntimeException: Connection aborted by peer
>: socket write error
>        at
>        at
>I can see in the logs that Cocoon automatically seems to fire the same JSP again. It then
works on the next shot, I get my SVG displayed in my SVG viewing app and it is just fine.
This is 
>obviously slowing things up though. 
>Any ideas - I am using Cocoon 2.0.3 on Tomcat 4.0.1, JDK 1.3.1_06 on W2K.
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