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From "BLAND, Geoff, GBM" <>
Subject Problem with the xsl:import
Date Fri, 21 Apr 2006 13:23:51 GMT
Using Apache Tomcat 5.0.28 I'm having a problem with the xsl:import command.

I have several Tomcat running on the same server (they could be different
releases of code so can't share resources). 

An XSLT script is called via a JSP to convert XML to HTML (<xsl:apply
nameXml="routesummary" xsl="/xsl/routesummaryheader.xsl" />). 

This routesummaryheader.xsl script then needs to call another XSLT script
routesummarycontent.xsl and it does this via an import, for example,

<xsl:import href="http://localhost:8080/aaem/xsl/routesummarycontent.xsl" />

Now this works fine. 

But I run many Tomcat servers on this box and so a specific URI is no good.
So I want to replace that import with a relative URI

<xsl:import href="routesummarycontent.xsl" />

This does not work, I get "Had IO Exception with stylesheet file:

Note routesummaryheader.xsl and routesummarycontent.xsl are in the same

I've tried all kinds of relative paths in the import nothing seems to work.

The JSP file is under webapps\app-dir\jsp. The XSLT files are under

How do I fix this?

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