RE: [xsl] installing parser/processor (was: current())

Subject: RE: [xsl] installing parser/processor (was: current())
From: "vinz | ILF" <vinz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 11:58:17 +0100
thx joerg

But in fact my big problem is where i specified the CLASSPATH :)
Setting up the system classpath

  At the very minimum, you must include xalan.jar, xml-apis.jar, and
xerces.jar (or another conformant XML parser -- see Plugging in a
Transformer and XML parser) on the system classpath.

They dont explain where we must do it :(

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Objet : Re: [xsl] installing parser/processor (was: current())

On the Xalan-website everything is
exactly explained:

Download the ZIP-file (for Windows), unzip it in any directory, set the
CLASSPATH (%dir%\bin\xalan.jar; %dir%\bin\xerces.jar;
%dir%\bin\xml-apis.jar - when %dir% is the install-directory) and now you
can use it with something like that:

java org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process -in test.xml -out test2.xml -xsl test.xsl

Of course you need a JDK, for example from



> hi,
> i try to learn xml, but i dont know with which parser and processor XSLT
> workand where can i found a good tutorials to install and use them. I have
> some info about xalan and XT.
> Is there someone that can advice me to begin xml?
> NB : i have bought a book on xml, but there is no explanation about how
> install parser en processor :(

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