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> Let me preface this by saying that I know the benefits of using
> XML with regards to portability and extensibility.
> Here is the issue I face.  I have all of my data stored in a MySQL
> database.  I'm considering reworking my website so that it uses
> XML (after being converted from resultant records in my DB) to
> transmit & XSLT to transform and display the data to my end user.
> There are a few benifits I can see in sending XML messages as
> part of the back end processing.  However, that seems to be out-
> weighed by the amount of processing that's going to need to take
> place in actually serving the data to the user.
> First I have to query and pull the records from the database.  Then,
> I need to send those records to a function (or functions) to convert
> it to XML.  Then, I need to take that XML data and have PHP use
> an XSL stylesheet to transform it to HTML before it, finally, gets
> sent on to the browser.  So that's basically 2 conversions that take
> place on the back end.
> How much experience have any of you had with doing that?  Does
> it take significantly longer to serve the pages; is there a noticible
> performance hit?  Do you realize more benifit for the back end
> processes when using XML that makes any additional time it takes
> to display a page to the user worth it?
> I'd love to hear about people's experience with this kind of thing so I
> can better make a decision wrt whether or not I should even go down
> this route.
> thnx,
> Chris

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