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From "Mr.Y.SHIVAKANT" <>
Subject Re: Namespace clarification
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2001 10:52:18 GMT

-----Original Message-----
From: Christian Seifert <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, April 02, 2001 1:45 PM
Subject: Re: Namespace clarification

>tomcat puts together the classpath dynamically and you
>have no way of influencing the order it does so. so
>the sax parser might me loaded before xerces.
>one way to get around this is to edit the tomcat.bat
>and change the dynamically setting of the classpath to
>statically setting the classpath and taking care that
>xerces.jar is at the beginning.
>you might also want to check out the cocoon project as
>this provides the functionality of what you are trying
>to do. it also allows you to create XSP pages (hybrid
>of JSP and XML)....the url is
>hope this helps
>--- "Prasanna.N" <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am using TOMCAT 3.2. I am trying to transform an
>> xml
>> doc with XSL to generate a HTML. When i write a
>> simple Java Class and use
>> xerces, xalan it works just fine. When written in
>> JSP using JAVA, When i call
>> the page i am getting the following error
>> "Namespace not supported by SAX Parser".
>> I think Tomcat uses SAX Parser. How to come around
>> this problem. I am using
>> namespaces. Is there any option, to plug in XERCES
>> parser with TOMCAT, if so
>> how to do it. Since XERCES supports namespaces could
>> this be a option to come
>> around this problem?  Please help.
>> Regards,
>> Prasan
>> Prasanna N
>> Indo-Fuji Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
>> No: 484, II Cross
>> 25th Main, II Stage
>> BTM Layout, Bangalore 560 076.
>> Tel : 91-80-6784122/33/44/55
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