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From "Matt Lyon" <>
Subject RE: junitreport task requirements question
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2001 18:42:52 GMT

Thanks ever so much for the info! After a little hunting, I tracked down the
old xalan-J 1.2.2 distribution, extracted xalan.jar and xerces.jar to
\ant\lib, added them to my CLASSPATH, and <junitreport/> is now working
perfectly. As I am on a Windows 2K box, I don't seem to be encountering the
Sun JDK issues you ran into on your Red Hat Linux system, but I'll file that
piece of info. away for future reference.



-----Original Message-----
From: Nathan Cuka []
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 2:03 PM
Cc: 'Matt Lyon'
Subject: RE: junitreport task requirements question

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Lyon []
> Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 11:06 AM
> To:
> Subject: junitreport task requirements question
> Greetings,
> I apologize in advance if this question has been clearly
> answered before on
> the list. However, I've searched the list somewhat
> extensively and cannot
> clearly determine what the answer is. Basically, I am totally
> mystified as
> to what version of xalan.jar and xerces.jar I need to add to
> my \ant\lib
> directory (and CLASSPATH?) to get the junitreport task to
> work correctly.


I went through the same pain a couple of weeks ago.

I ended up using xalan and xerces from xalan-J 1.2.2.
I also got rid of jaxp.jar and parser.jar in favor or
xerces.jar.  I made these modifications to the LOCALCLASSPATH
variable in the script that runs ant.  I am not sure
if this is the Proper Way (TM), but it is working
for me...

One other hurdle that I had was a seg faulting
Sun JDK -- Might not be an issue for you since it
appears as though you are not on a RH 7.0 box.
For the sake of the archives though, the IBM
JVM worked a bit better for me for junitreport

Good luck.


Nathan Cuka

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