[jdom-interest] JDOM for static or Cocoon 2 for dynamic?

Jason Long jason at supernovasoftware.com
Wed Mar 27 09:28:42 PST 2002

I had been using JDOM to create a site with around 2k static pages, but this
takes some time to run and currently the whole thing needs to be rebuilt if
changes are make.  All pages are a different view of one XML file which is
around 2.8 MB.  I am running this application on a P4 1.6MHz, 512 MB RAM,
and Win2k.  I switched to using cocoon 2 so that all that was need was to
change the main file and the site reflects the changes.  But, unless the
page has been requested before the processor is pegged for a few seconds
trying to do the XSL transform.  I would apprecite any suggestions on
speeding this up.  I know going with the static pages will give me much
better performance, but I do like using Cocoon to create dynamic content.

Best Regards,

Jason Long - President
Supernova Software - supernovasoftware.com
BS Physics, MS Chemical Engineering

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