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pan rideau
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hi, i'm just about to start work on a site for a client. they want it written in jsp, using xml/xslt transformations to generate page content.
As the site is just brochure-ware requiring nothing complex i was thinking about implementing it all using jsp, without any sort of mvc framework such as spring or struts.
I was planning to use the jstl tag x:transform extensively but i'm unsure about the performance hit.
Can anyone tell me if this tag implements any sort of caching, or will a transform be performed everytime i invoke the tag?
Many thanks in advance
 
Pradeep bhatt
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I dont think there is any caching implemented.
 
pan rideau
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i can't find anything that suggests there is, so i guess i'll have to implement it myself. thanks for your help!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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