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From Nathaniel.D...@wdr.com
Subject bugs w/ Xerces.jar from Xalan and IBM ZIPs
Date Mon, 03 Apr 2000 23:34:14 GMT
     (Maybe this should go to alphaworks instead)
     Xalan has mostly worked fine for me when used with the Xerces.jar 
     supplied in the Xalan download.
     However, I already had the Xerces.jar from the IBM XML4J 3.0 download. 
     These two xerces.jar's are not the same!  I ran into runtime 
     ClassNotFound errors when the CLASSPATH had the IBM Xerces.jar:
     My Xalan application was looking for the class : 
     This class was present in the Xerces.jar from IBM, but under:
     So the problem is with the SAX libs in the jars.  I don't know who is 
     right.  In SAX 2.0 a bunch of the old handlers are deprecated, though 
     LexicalHandler is still around.  I am thinking that the /ext/ folder 
     has gone away and that LexicalHandler now belongs simply in the SAX 
     (I also tried to download the Xerces.jar from the plain Xerces 1.0.3 
     download, but that jar is corrupt or something, because JBuilder 
     crashes when I try and register it as a library.  I must admit I 
     haven't looked into this at depth...)

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