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xslt ???

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hi all,
i'm new to xslt thus i'm post this question here. currently i engaged with a project, but their existing system is read the xml from the feeder and parsed and stored in database, whenever requests come, system composed it to xml and send to clients. Assume here, only xml files is needed to send and get.
Question here, if i using xslt, whatever the xml coming from feeder, i parse it to another xml format, whenever the user requests, i just return the new xml format.
hi gurus, which method is more efficient?? the first(database) or second(xslt)?
Thanks in advance.
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XSLT is used for transforming information while a database is used for storing information. I don't see how these functionally so different technologies could be compared?
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Moving this to XML and Related Technologies , please continue the discussion there.
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