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what is the Difference between the “org.apache.xpath” package in xerves.jar and “com.sun.org.apache.

Akshat Tandon
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what is the Difference between the “org.apache.xpath” package in xerves.jar and “com.sun.org.apache.xpath.internal" package inside rt.jar.

Actually we have facing this issue of java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.xpath.XPathAPI which i migrated my build server to jdk 1.7 from jdk 1.6 .

As a workaround we have placed xerces.jar in ext folder but this is very weird that same stuff worked fine with jdk 1.6 .
 
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