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Im lost with package problem. Why do I get a comipler error on DOMParser, I found this on the Java Ranach wkiki FAQ - XML. Do I need something more then just this code?
 
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Make sure you are including all the relevant JAR files in your classpath when you run the code.
If you're still having problems, post a copy of the compiler's error messages. That will help us to work out what's going on.
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Thats the "tricky" part "package org.apache.xerces.parsers does not exist" it the compiler error.
 
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Download the latest Xerces JARs from http://gump.covalent.net/jars/latest/xml-xerces2/ and add them to your classpath.
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I cant mange to add the jars to my classpath. How do i do it? Create a enviroment variable called "CLASSPATH" and value "C:\myJarFiles\xercesImpl.jar;C:\myJarFiles\xmlParserAPIs.jar;" or is it more to it?
 
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Check out HowToSetTheClasspath in the Java Ranch FAQ.
 
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I mange to install the jars to my classpath but now Im getting this error:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: SchemeValidationExample
Any one got a clue?
 
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Exactly what does your CLASSPATH setting look like?
Did you forget to include a . in your CLASSPATH?
 
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I dont got any classpath i just copied the jar-files to the jre\lib\ext-folder. So I can compile it. Now its working, but not my CLASSPATH.. Its strange. If I remove the jar-files from the ext-folder, then it wont work. This is how my CLASSPATH looks like ".;C:\java\xerces-2_6_0\xercesImpl.jar;C:\java\xerces-2_6_0\xmlParserAPIs.jar", and Im using WinXP.
[ February 16, 2004: Message edited by: Je Th ]
 
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