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I'm working on an application that deploys in JBoss 4.0.1 SP1 and integrating with a 3rd party component that calls (org.w3c.dom.)Node.getTextContent(). On call of this method, my log files contain a NoSuchMethodError. I've determined that the JBoss lib/endorsed directory contains xml-apis.jar which defines the interface for the Node class and it does not define this method. I've also determined that this jar and the accompanying ones (e.g., xalan) are for Xalan 2.6.0.
I've tried upgrading these jar files to Xalan 2.7.x and on start I see boat loads of errors in my log file (e.g., various rar files do not deploy). I've tried the latest Xalan 2.7.1 jars from the Apache web site. I've also tried the Xalan 2.7.0 jars from the JBoss 4.0.5 distribution.
Has anyone ever successfully addressed this problem? What options do I have?
1. Upgrade to JBoss 4.0.5? I can ask but I can say with most certainty that this is NOT an option for me right now.
2. Wrap the integration w/ the 3rd party component in a command line application and call it from the server code? I'm sure this would work but it's not ideal, especially since I need to pass a lot of information back and forth to this 3rd party component.
3. Get JBoss 4.0.1 SP1 to work w/ an API that defines and implements Node.getTextContent()? How is this done?
I should add that I've also tried putting newer jars in the "lib" folder of the application's WAR file in hopes it would pick these up first but this did not work.