[jdom-interest] JDOM & WebSphere???
mherrick66 at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 28 06:12:03 PST 2001
Thanks again for your time.
Here is a better explanation of where we are at. I wrote this up on Friday.
We are trying to install JDOM and Xerces in VAJ 3.5.2.
1.We create a project for Xerces and import the Xerces source and let
VAJ take care of the compiling.
2.During this process we hava a problem with the org.w3.dom,
javax.xml.sax, javax.xml.sax.helpers since IBM XML4J already has these
classes. The version of the XML4J is 184.108.40.206. so, we go ahead and
create a 'version' for these three packages. And then, we are fine
3.Next, we load the JDOM source code into a JDOM project and let VAJ do
all the compiling. No problems here.
4.When we go run WTE, we find that JDOM does not work properly while the
same source code works fine using JBuilder test environment.
5. The JDOM code is executed within a session ejb.
5.When we return a org.jdom.Document object from the session ejb, we
notice that nothing is in the object and a java.lang.InternalError
exception gets thrown.
1.We delete the packages org.w3.dom, javax.xml.sax,
javax.xml.sax.helpers and 'version' them. Then we load the source code
for Xerces into the IBM XML project. This works fine.
2. We follow steps 3,4,5 from above and have the same results.
1. Can we use Xerces with WebSphere?
2. Can we use JDOM with WebSphere?
3. Could this be a bug with the WTE only?
4. What are the recommended XML parsing API's for WebSphere? Which ones
>From: "Guy Nirpaz" <guyn at tantian.com>
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>Subject: RE: [jdom-interest] JDOM & WebSphere???
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>JDOM and WTE including EJB's works just fine. If you give me a complete
>explanation of what you are trying to do maybe I will be more helpful.
>From my experience with JDOM (since April) and VAJ and WAS (more than two
>years) they both work well together.
>From: Michael Herrick [mailto:mherrick66 at hotmail.com]
>Sent: Sun, January 28, 2001 3:30 PM
>To: guyn at tantian.com; jdom-interest at jdom.org
>Subject: RE: [jdom-interest] JDOM & WebSphere???
>Thanks for the response.
>My friend and I burned 2 days last week working on this.
>We did what you suggested on the 2nd day and were able to compile.
>The next problem occurred in the WTE (WebSphere Test Environment). When we
>try to put JDOM code in a Stateless Session Bean, WTE barfs on it.
>We use IBM's EJB debugger and walk through the code and when it hits JDOM
>code bizzaro things happen ... the code will run, but not correctly. For
>example, any XML string we try to parse comes back with random errors. We
>debugged this by creating trivial XML fragments and trying to parse them.
>All to no avail.
>Our plan is to try to skip the WTE and just see if WebSphere will run it.
>Thanks again guys!
> >From: "Guy Nirpaz" <guyn at tantian.com>
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> >Hello Mike,
> >JDOM works very well in both WebSphere and in the VAJ IDE.
> >The conflicts that you encounter are because both WebSphere and VAJ comes
> >with XML4j v2.0.16 which is DOM level I.
> >All you need to do is get rid of the org.w3c.* DOM level I interfaces and
> >use DOM level II (in Xerces for instance)
> >BTW - I do think that we should include in the FAQ IDE/AppServer specific
> >instructions of using JDOM.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: jdom-interest-admin at jdom.org
> >[mailto:jdom-interest-admin at jdom.org]On Behalf Of Michael Herrick
> >Sent: Sun, January 28, 2001 3:06 AM
> >To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
> >Subject: [jdom-interest] JDOM & WebSphere???
> >Has anyone used JDOM successfully with IBM WebSphere?
> >I implemented some code with JDOM that worked great in JBuilder, but it
> >doesn't work at all with the WebSphere test environment. I got conflicts
> >with XML4J within Visual Age.
> >Has anyone successfully worked with JDOM on WebSphere?
> >mherrick66 at hotmail.com
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