Thank you for the quick response.
I know your company is already pushing boundaries of what it can achieve with the resources at hand. That’s why I was merely asking your opinion if it could be feasible with the generated stubs to do the transforms programmatically.
I’m already pretty excited that we have a means to use XSLT 2.0 now without the need to setup some expensive framework on the server.
I think there are several points to make:
(b) We're stretched enough for resources to deliver Saxon-CE on the browser; I don't think we can contemplate starting another project right now for a different environment. It wouldn't be the same product; the constraints and requirements are quite different. For example, a server side product would need to include a serializer, but the serializer has been stripped out from Saxon-CE as part of the effort to reduce the code size.
On 19/09/2011 19:41, Robby Pelssers wrote:
I assume this is possible but the idea hasn’t been tested yet. Can someone explain how one would use the stub to do a transform programmatically on the server side? So I am not requesting like in another thread to create a NodeJs module. I’m simply asking for some API related hints on how to use the stub to get started.
Many thx in advance,
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