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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29596] - XSLT task ignores classpath element/attribute when looking up transformer
Date Tue, 11 Apr 2006 16:54:13 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From surfer@kalto.de  2006-04-11 17:54 -------
So the TraXLiaison is only called from XSLTProcess and if there is a defined
classpath the contextclassloader is set and valid. But if there is no defined
classpath i knew the contextclassloader must also be set but not if it is valid
- in the current meaning. In my environment i only work with a defined
classpath. So what about mixing the two options... first try to load in the
original way and if not found try to load from contextloader. Then it should
work as expected...

Class clazz = null;
try {
  clazz = Class.forName(factoryName); 
} catch(...) {
  try {
    clazz = Class.forName(factoryName, true, 
                        Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader());
  } catch ...



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