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Lotus com.lotus.xsl

Cameron Park
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Joined: Apr 06, 2001
Posts: 371
Hi, I was wondering if someone has used the Lotus xsl package. After unzipping the downloaded file from IBM, I put every jar files in c:/jdk1.3/jre/lib, but still my javac could not find
Can someone shed some light on this?
Also, being very new to XML, I need to know if I also need SAX or DOM when javac could not resolve SAXException. And if so, where I can get them.
[This message has been edited by Cameron Park (edited August 03, 2001).]
Axel Janssen
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Joined: Jan 08, 2001
Posts: 2164
Hi Cameroon,
what do you mean with Lotus xsl-package?
The XML-Toolkit for Domino? There is a lot of overhead.
If it does not work with the Classpath you may open the *.jar files with a zip-tool (like WinZip). There you can see if the package you are importing really is in the *.jar files.
When I start playing around with new packages I set the classpath locally to have better control. You may put xerces.jar in C:\Temp and then
set Classpath=%Classpath%;C:\Temp\xerces.jar;.
in the DOS-box.
As far as I know Lotus uses standard xerces.jar, xalan.jar. Once I heard that Lotus has initiated the development and gave it to Apache-Jarkarta, but not sure.
Hope it helps
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