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From Henry Zongaro <zong...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Xalan Porting Problem
Date Wed, 12 May 2004 20:39:08 GMT
Hi, Marco.

Marco <m.geirola@set-network.com> wrote on 2004-05-12 11:26:59 AM:
> Hallo,
> I'm trying to porting an old application which uses an old version of 
> Xalan to a newer which uses Xalan  2.6.0.
> That old application  instantiates an XSLTEngine object in a servlet 
> Java, then passes this object as parameter to a stylesheet.

[Sample code deleted by Henry.]
 
> where _xslteng is an XObject created passing the XSLTEngine object to 
> XObject constructor, and xsltproc is an object of type 
> org.apache.xalan.xslt.XSLTProcessor (which doesn't exixst in Xalan 
> 2.6.0.??????.......)

I believe that class was removed during development of Xalan-J 2.0.0.

> Now, I use the following code:
[New code deleted by Henry.]
> When I run that program, I receive an error like this:
> 'METHOD_NOT_FOUND_ERR ttdblib.XSLTEngine:prova'
> The method prova is public in the class XSLTEngine, and it returns a 
string.

What are the arguments of the XSLTEngine.prova method?

Thanks,

Henry
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