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Hi, I was wondering if someone has used the Lotus xsl package. After unzipping the downloaded file from IBM, I put every jar files in c:/jdk1.3/jre/lib, but still my javac could not find
com.lotus.xsl.*
Can someone shed some light on this?
Also, being very new to XML, I need to know if I also need SAX or DOM when javac could not resolve SAXException. And if so, where I can get them.
Thanks.
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Probably your XSL package depends on SAX and/or DOM parasers from another source - XML2J or maybe the Xerces package. You should find something about this dependency in the Lotus docs.
XML parsers are not part of the official J2SE distribution in SDK 1.3 but supposedly the JAXP package will be part of the 1.4 distribution.
Bill
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