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XPATH - org.apache.xalan.xpath
Joined: Apr 24, 2006
Apr 24, 2006 19:08:00
I am trying to parse an XML using XPATH.
I got a sample from the web. But the code refers to org.apache.xalan.xpath package. I am not quite sure which jar has this package. I tried xalan, xerces jars.
Please let me know which jar should I use for XPATH.
Author and all-around good cowpoke
Joined: Mar 22, 2000
Apr 25, 2006 07:15:00
In my old 2003 version of xalan, xpath is in the org.apache.xpath package, not org.apache.xalan.xpath
If you are using
1.5, you already have the javax.xml.xpath package so you may not need the apache version.
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Jun 07, 2006 20:09:00
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