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gnu.xml.dom.DomEx: The operation violates XML Namespaces.

 
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I played with new instalation of netbeans 8.x, throw away ewerything and reinstaled NB 7.1.

This error keeps poping up.

Where to look for removal of that ? I think I was not using that for xml before.
The code is the same, the xml file is the same (log4j xml configuration) as before, checked.

I think my problem is there somewhere:
https://community.oracle.com/thread/1695450?start=0&tstart=0


The only real difference that I can see from what I use is that you're using a GNU XML parser - I use the combination of JDK 1.4 and Xerces. As you're using 1.5 you shouldn't need any extra XML parsing capabilities - what is the GNU parser doing?

 
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So, clean and build solved that !
 
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It's great that you got it sorted out, but the question is spot on : why are you still using the GNU XML library? I would urge you to replace that usage with the standard libraries that come with the JRE as soon as you get a chance. The GNU stuff has long been obsolete.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:The GNU stuff has long been obsolete.


Not to mention Java 1.5.

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Winston Gutkowski wrote:Not to mention Java 1.5.



Java 1.5 is mentioned in the thread which Milan linked to because that thread is 10 years old. So yeah, it's all out of date.
 
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