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From C Bram Dit Saint Amand <scs2c...@comp.leeds.ac.uk>
Subject Re: <xsl:include> a custom class
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2003 13:31:13 GMT
I solved the problem a while ago by putting the .class file in a
subdirectory of WEB-INF/classes (and by creating the corresponding package
in the java class).

I thereore think that if you put your custom classes' files directly in
the WEB_INF/classes, you won't be able to instanciate them in your XSP
files.



On Fri, 4 Jul 2003, C Bram Dit Saint Amand wrote:

> The article I was talking about:
> http://www.aoindustries.com/docs/cocoon-1.8/faqs.html
> (search for "I used xsp:include to import my classes")
>
> But still, this FAQ refers to the v1.8 of Cocoon, and states that the
> problem should be solved in Cocoon 2.
>
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