[jdom-interest] JRun and JDom
jdubois at contenteurope.com
Fri Mar 23 01:18:56 PST 2001
Yes, those two librairies are useful!! :-))
They are part of the Java extension packages that are provided with JRun.
And JRun is using them to parse the web.xml files : launch your JRun
administration console, you will probably have some trouble with the
left-hand side tree.
So, you have two solutions.
1. You want to use Xerces as your main parser.
This is what I do, but this is not the solution I would recommand (I do this
because I need Xerces to use Apache SOAP).
Just put your xerces.jar file at the beginning of your classpath in your
JRun global.properties file.
Mine looks like that :
2. You want to stay with the standard Java extension, and in that case use
JAXP. I do this for my production servers.
JAXP is provided by sun (java.sun.com).
Download JAXP 1.1 : you will get 3 files -> crimson.jar, jaxp.jar, xalan.jar
Just put them in your JRun lib directory - yes, replace your old jaxp.jar by
And voilà, it should work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tako Molanus [mailto:molanust at yahoo.com]
> Sent: vendredi 23 mars 2001 9:39
> To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
> Subject: [jdom-interest] JRun and JDom
> Hi there,
> I am trying to install version b6 of JDom on JRun
> version 3, but I run into some troubles, which I hope
> you can help me with.
> If I try to run the servlet that builds the DOM tree,
> it gives an error on the line
> org.w3c.dom.Document domDoc = domOutputter.output
> Compiling of this file went ok.
> I traced the cause of this error to the inclusion in
> the classpath (default by JRun) of two files: jaxp.jar
> and parser.jar.
> If i include these two files in my classpath and put
> them before the xerces library, the file does not
> compile anymore.
> So, I have found the cause of my problem. Yippeee.
> Now for the solution. If I remove the two libraries
> from the JRun directory, the servlet works.
> But I assume that they have been put there for a
> reason, so I'd prefer to let them stay.
> How can I get around this?
> Thanx in advance
> Tako Molanus
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