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From Brian Silberbauer <bri...@magmatec.co.za>
Subject Re: import tag, setSystemId and Linux
Date Fri, 26 May 2000 06:59:47 GMT
Xalan/J

Scott Boag/CAM/Lotus wrote:

> Is this with Xalan/C or Xalan/J?  We were just talking about such a bug
> with Xalan/C the other day, and I think Dave has it fixed.
>
> -scott
>
>
>                     Brian
>                     Silberbauer          To:     apache xml general <general@xml.apache.org>
>                     <brians@magma        cc:     (bcc: Scott Boag/CAM/Lotus)
>                     tec.co.za>           Subject:     import tag, setSystemId and
Linux
>
>                     05/25/2000
>                     05:56 AM
>                     Please
>                     respond to
>                     general
>
>
>
> Hi
>
> I have an xsl file with an import in it. I do the following:  in my code
> I first read the document base of all my xsl files from a property file,
> then create a XSLTInputSource with the xsl file and finally set the
> SystemId to the xsl document base. This works under NT, but when I move
> over to Linux, it tries to find the import files from a directory above
> the document base?!?
>
> ie: docbase = /home/poi/arb/xsl and import = template.xsl
> It returns an error for the file /home/poi/arb/template.xsl
>
> What happened to the xsl directory?
>
> I get around this problem by copying my xsl files into the directory
> above the xsl document base and everything is peachy, but am I missing
> something here? Why does it work under NT?
>
> brian
>
> <code>
>  File fFile = new File(sDocbase, sFilename);
>  FileInputStream fIn = new FileInputStream(fFile);
>  XSLTInputSource xsltIn = new XSLTInputSource(fIn);
>  xsltIn.setSystemId(sDocbase);
> </code>
>
> <from the xsl file>
>  <xsl:import href="template.xsl"/>
> </from the xsl file>
>
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