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Xalan Version in JDK1.4.1_01

 
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Hello together
I found out that Xalan is now integrated in JDK1.4 But I could not find out which version it is.
Does anybody know?
Another question is how can I switch to use another version of Xalan not that one which is in JDK1.4 ?
Thanks for help
Andy
 
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Hi Andy,
The version of Xalan that come with the 1.4 JDK is 2.2.D11.
To find the version of Xalan you're using, run this command from the console:

On JDK1.4, this gives:

Cheers
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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