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ZipException when trying to run Saxon on UNIX

 
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Hi,
I am trying to run Saxon7.8 on an XML document (StreamAM.xml) with an XSL
stylesheet (StatusStream.xsl) in the following way:
/opt/java_1.4.1/bin/java -jar
/usr/dev/psoft/ps8common/saxon/saxon7.jar StatusAM.xml StatusStream.xsl
> StatusAM.htm
but keep getting the following ZipException:

I am working on UNIX with Weblogic6.1 web server and am really not sure why this is occurring -- it works fine when run on Windows...? Does anyone know Saxon or have any suggestions as to why this might be occurring? I'm pulling my hair out.
Thanks in advance,
Jill
 
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Try running
/opt/java_1.4.1/bin/jar -tf /usr/dev/psoft/ps8common/saxon/saxon7.jar
If it throws the same exception, the .jar file must be corrupted.
 
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Hi Lasse,
Thanks for your reply. I tried executing as you suggested and got *slightly* different error:

Would you suggest that the jar file is corrupted? What is the -tf option?
Any suggestions will help!
Thanks again,
Jill
 
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Yes, the file is corrupted and you need to download it again from somewhere.
The "t" option tells jar to display the contents of a .jar file, and the "f" options tells jar that the following argument is the .jar file itself
 
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Hi Lasse,
Thanks a lot for your help -- As you suggested, the jar file was corrupted and the problem was fixed by re-intalling it.

Thanks again!
Julie
 
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