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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Trying to use Xalan again

Norman Walsh a écrit :

> / ben <nicolas.marsgui@libertysurf.fr> was heard to say:
> | * When a table is put in the XML file, Xalan fails. It seems that it
> | comes from the extension use. In the CLASSPATH I've put xalan.jar,
> | xerces.jar, and extensions/xalan2.jar. What am I doing wrong?
> Try setting use.extensions=0 or include
> /path/to/docbook/extensions/xalan2.jar in your classpath too.

Well, I've already put xalan2.jar in the CLASSPATH and it does not work. Of
course, removing the extension use (use.extensions=0 or in my case
tablecolumns.extension=0) makes it work, but it does not explain why
extensions fail...

> | * When I use a stylesheet with an absolute path, Xalan fails. I do:
> | java org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process -in myfile.xml -xsl
> | /path/to/docbook-1.34/html/docbook.xsl
> |
> | It fails with the error:
> | XSLT Error (javax.xml.transform.TransformerConfigurationException): File
> | "file:////(the current path)//path/to/docbook-1.34/VERSION" not found.
> Try ... -xsl file:///path/to/docbook-1.34/html/docbook.xsl

Ok, it works fine! Thanks!


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