Hi,we're trying to run a junittest case for a method which is using saxon9-dom.jar.In eclipse,we just right click on the test class/run as junit (no ant script),and it throws the error "DOMSource cannot be processed: check that saxon9-dom.jar is on the classpath
The method is working when called from the main class on a normal run.The saxon9-dom.jar was/is in the project classpath(checked both,in eclipse and opening the .classpath file) .It has been added again separately under 'libraries'.It's on the 'run configurations/classpath' too.It was even put within the classpath for the 'environment variables' of the PC...nothing works,always the same result/error.
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On to your question. You are using the built in JUnit, right? The following shouldn't happen, but it would explain the behavior you are seeing:
Do you have the JUNIT_HOME variable set by any chance? Either within Eclipse or on the command line. If so, does the lib folder contain a competing jar?
thanks for the reply and the link.Actually I posted that one on stackOverFlow forum,but I wasn't getting any answers so I posted here too.
JUNIT_HOME variable is not set on environment variables.I haven't got a different installation for junit,just using the in built one in the plugins.
Junit4 has been added to the classpath of the project,and all the other junit tests on other classes/methods are working fine.The jar we have
is the "saxon-126.96.36.199.jar"...I can only think of getting exactly the saxon9-dom.jar,just in caseJunit4 only recognizes that one and not the one we've got...
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