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From "Christian Schlichtherle" <christ...@schlichtherle.de>
Subject RE: Discussion: Postponing XSL processing to browsers
Date Fri, 01 Jun 2007 10:56:25 GMT
Hi,
 
one more thing: Sending XML+XSL to the client for rendering also enables the
user to save and postprocess the data.
 
Say the content is tabular data resulting from a database query. Now the
client could save it and easily import the data into any XML-enabled
application, say Microsoft Excel.
 
To support this at best, it might be a good practice to embed only authority
based URLs into the XML data and the XSL stylesheet. So when opening the
file in a browser again, the user will see rendered HTML again.
 
(basically you would have served what is described by the term "semantic
web")
 
Kind regards,
Christian

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