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Rome and GWT

 
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Hi all,

I am using Rome to parse RSS feeds in my GWT application on Eclipse. When I'm
running the code as a Java application all is well.
But when I'm attempting to do it through GWT I'm getting the
following:


The class in question, com.sun.syndication.io.XmlReader is part of
xerces. I've added the xerces jars (including the impl) to the project
(in Eclipse) but then I get this:

Researching this a bit, I found that there is probably a conflict
between two SAXParserFactoryImpl classes. This problem is associated
with gwt-gears, or gwt-gadgets. But I am not using any of them.

My project is a simple GWT with very little code in it, and it was
generated through the Eclipse plugin. The Rome code is also generic:


Any ideas? I'll greatly appreciate it...

Thanks,
Eddy
 
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