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From Markus Schönhaber <mailing-tomcat-u...@schoenhaber.de>
Subject Re: Problem with XSL stylesheet not being applied when XML served through Tomcat
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2007 13:26:11 GMT
Robert Koberg wrote:

> I don't know about konqueror, but Safari supports it. Safari does not
> have an interface to apply transformations with JS, however. And Opera
> does not support the document function. Though I tend not to like using
> a PI in the source XML to trigger the transform (can't cache the
> processor object, tying the style to the source, etc...), it is a widely
> supported and easy way to go. If konqueror can't do it, it is probably
> the only 'modern' browser that doesn't.

Well, client-sided XSLT may widely supported, and, in fact, it may even
be just my konqueror that doesn't do it due to some misconfiguration (I
don't care enough to try and find out for sure).
Nevertheless, if done on the server side, there is no need to spend a
single thought about how good or bad pontential clients might support
XSLT. They simply have to render the result - which alone can give one
enough to think about if it shall look identical on different browsers.
That's why IMO XSLT belongs in most cases to the server side.
Of course, everyone has to decide for himself and consider his own
requirements.

Regards
  mks

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