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compilation error : "package javax.xml.transform.stream does not exist".

 
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I'm trying to compile an existing code using jdk1.4.1.
In one of the files becoz of this import
"import javax.xml.transform.stream.StreamSource;" I'm getting the following error : "package javax.xml.transform.stream does not exist".
tell me what to do?
 
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Thats an odd one alright - that package should be there in SDK 1.4.1
The only thing I can think is that perhaps there is an earlier XML library hanging around on your system somewhere that is interfering.
Bill
 
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Thanks for the reply-but i'm continuosly getting Cudn't resolve symbol and all becoz of XML related classes like SAXParser... etc..
 
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I'm afraid you'll have to describe your environment in more detail. For example, posting your classpath variable would be a good start.
 
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