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Just real quick before I go home for the night, maybe someone can answer and save me some time searching in the morning.

I would like to use JAXP in an application that has be able to run on the JVM 1.3. 1.5 is not supported by our wonderful Information Management community. I've poked around a bit on java.net for the JAXP jars so that I can include it in my application. According to java.sun.com it's there but I'm either blind or they hid it really well. (I'm not excluding blind)

Thanks in advance.

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I would like to use JAXP in an application that has be able to run on the JVM 1.3. 1.5 is not supported by our wonderful Information Management community. I've poked around a bit on java.net for the JAXP jars so that I can include it in my application. According to java.sun.com it's there but I'm either blind or they hid it really well.



jaxp.jar is obsolete look at the last faq at http://java.sun.com/xml/jaxp/faq.html. I guess you can download xerces or crimson parsers and use them instead. IMO xerces offers more features
 
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thanks that hit the spot
 
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