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From cmanola...@yahoo.com
Subject Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 3961] - FactoryConfigurationError on Servlet+JSP+taglib
Date Fri, 05 Oct 2001 01:01:41 GMT
On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, Bill Barker wrote:

> I know that Costin has strong feeling on which Jaxp version we should ship
> with (I just don't remember what they are:). Does anyone else have an
> opinion?

xml-xalan + xml-crimson is my favorite for now ( crimson because it's much
smaller), or xalan + xerces2 when will be available. I don't mind
xerces1 - nor any other parser.

Costin



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> > FactoryConfigurationError on Servlet+JSP+taglib
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> > ------- Additional Comments From william.barker@wilshire.com  2001-10-04
> 12:51 -------
> > There seems to be a problem with the Jaxp jar files that ship with RC1.
> If you
> > download Jaxp 1.1 from java.sun.com and replace the jar files in
> lib/container
> > with those, your example starts working.
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