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From Christian Seifert <>
Subject Re: Namespace clarification
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2001 08:23:22 GMT
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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