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Old December 2nd, 2006, 11:28 AM
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Default Regarding the XSLT Processor


The way I know that a Processor works is by building a tree for the initial XML and stylesheet files, which would be an in-memory representation of these files. These means that if the initial XML document is very large, it will impact both the memory and the time it actually takes to initial construct the tree, and then go through the tree and find proper matches from the XSL file. I see all this being similar to how DOM works. Why was these design chosen?

Thank you for any information regarding this.

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