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org.apache.xml.serialize - problem in linux

 
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Hi all, i'm trying to generate a xml from a oodbms to make a pdf by jasperreport..... everythinks is working fine!! under windows!! :-( .. but when i try to update the real site that i have in linux its giveme an error..... i'm using a server in Fedora core 4, the webserver is Jetty, the error its when is trying to open the file, the file is "/usr/reports/5.xml", my code is:


and the error that i get from jetty is: org.apache.xml.serialize.EncodingInfo: class definition not found

think that its a problem with linux file i dont know... the lib is ok an the class is found you can see that becouse the place where is the error. I have an other error like this when i traying to file my report with the xml. The first think that i thought was that the problem is with the linux permision files... but i made a trial where i open a txt file in the same place of the xml and i write it under jetty and its working well... so... i need help!!! thanks
 
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