XSLT and client cache

john mailtome200420032002 at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 25 06:18:30 CEST 2004

Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message news:<pbadnZTDHOjUYs7cRVn-jg at powergate.ca>...
> john wrote:
> > I want to do something like this:
> > Store the XSLT document in the client cache if it is not already present.
> > If present then use that XSLT document to display the xml.
> > I have no idea how to do this.
> The question is somewhat vague, but I'll refrain from directing
> you to read a certain essay by ESR for now. ;-)
> Can we assume by "client" you mean a web browser?  If so,
> why would you treat the XSLT document any differently from
> any other file your server sends it?  Any browser with the
> capability should already be caching XSLT just as it caches
> anything else that doesn't ask not to be cached with the
> various HTTP headers that can do so...
> -Peter
Ya i mean web browser by client.
But how can I determine whether the XSLT document is already present
in client cache??

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