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From "Ravi Tharakan" <>
Subject Re: TransformerFactoryConfigurationError
Date Wed, 19 Jul 2006 15:11:22 GMT
I don't really know enough about the command line to know what you mean by
that command, but when I tried copying and pasting it told me '$' not

However, I did open up the rt.jar in winzip and I did see some files called
XSLT, etc. Is that what you mean?

On 7/19/06, Christopher Schultz <> wrote:
> Ravi,
> > Hm. I did a full computer search for that file and I don't seem to have
> it.
> > Is there a place I can download it?
> It might not be called "xalan.jar". It might have a version number
> embedded in it or something like that. Try running this command (or
> something similar if you're on win32):
> $ unzip $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/rt.jar | grep TransformerFactoryImpl
> ...and see if you get anything like that. If you /do/, then something is
> very wrong, and I won't be much help. All I could suggest is that you
> reinstall the JDK. :(
> If it isn't there, it might be worth finding out why Java is trying to
> use that particular implementation of an XSLT processor. Perhaps some
> other software you are using is configuring JAXP (that's the stuff in
> javax.xml.*) to use Xalan, but not providing the library.
> If that's the case, you can get Xalan from
> Download it and install the JAR file in your webapp's WEB-INF/lib
> directory.
> Good luck,
> -chris

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