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From Ben Pope <benpop...@gmail.com>
Subject JXTemplate vs. XSLT
Date Sun, 17 Apr 2005 17:33:13 GMT
Hi,

Something I just don't get:

Is it preferable to use the jx template generator to pull details out of 
the session, or pass them as parameters to an XSLT?

I'm trying to create some binding files, that need to have a parameter 
passed into them, so I started with the basic binding file served from a 
pipeline with a parameter passed to an XSLT and then serving then 
serialising the pipeline to give the binding file.  I matched the 
elements that needed the parameter in the XSLT and provided it there... 
I then gave up having the binding split between two files and just 
matched / in the XSLT, sticking all the binding info into the stylesheet 
and starting with a basically empty binding file.

I figure it might just be easier to use the JX generator and then 
serialise to XML?

What are the pros and cons of JX vs. XSLT?

Ben

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