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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: Caching ancillary file content
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 16:17:00 GMT
On 04.06.2004 18:06, Peter Flynn wrote:

> That's actually the reverse of this problem: the OP seems
> to be complaining that ancillary data retrieved from a call
> to the document() function is *not* being cached, whereas
> in fact it *is* (and shouldn't be) -- and the waters were
> muddied by the problem being confused with the behaviour of
> xsl:include.

No, it matches exactly your problem. The summary is "Docs referenced by 
XSLT's document() are not included in cache validity". This means the 
cache validity calculation of the transformation is not based on 
external documents, so changes in a document accessed via document() are 
not recognized and the cache is seen as valid.

> Not important now: I coded around it. But it would be a big
> benefit to the behaviour of Cocoon if this was fixed: it is
> *not*, as Carsten suggests, a "feature request": it's a bug.

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