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From Dan Durkin <ddur...@scilearn.com>
Subject Re: XML Merge Best Practices
Date Thu, 13 Oct 2005 16:07:25 GMT
Julian,

You may want to look using the cinclude transformer and then some 
additional xslt transformations for the merging logic.

HTH,

Dan


Julian wrote:
> Mark,
> 
> Does XSLT stream or does it use DOM via Cocoon
> pipelines?  I plan on doing some further processing of
> the merged document afterwards and thinking of using
> XSLT there too.  If you want more details, I
> summarized the overall process below.
> 
> Thanks,
> Julian
> 
> 
> *********
> My goal is to count the number of given elements in
> the original documents.  My plan is to merge the
> documents and then pass the merged document through a
> stylesheet that would give me a count of the number of
> child nodes within certain parent nodes with given id
> attributes.  The count would be placed into a new XML
> doc. via XSLT that would be 10kb of less, and that
> would be easily loaded into DOM and parsed.
> 
> 
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