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Posted By:   Thilo_Calinburg
Posted On:   Saturday, July 20, 2002 02:52 PM

Hello! I have following problem using the style task with an xsl-stylesheet that uses a java.class. The build.xml file is placed in root/build.xml I try to use a xsl-stylesheet which is placed in root/xsl/requirement.xsl The stylesheet uses a java-extension and needs a javaclass date.class. e.g. a snippet of my xsl-file: When I leave the class in the subdir "root/xsl" and execute the style-target in my build-file, an error occurs; He could not find the class-file. When I copy the date-class into the root where the build-xml-file is placed, it works. As I h   More>>

Hello!
I have following problem using the style task with an xsl-stylesheet that uses a java.class.


The build.xml file is placed in

root/build.xml

I try to use a xsl-stylesheet which is placed in

root/xsl/requirement.xsl

The stylesheet uses a java-extension and needs a javaclass date.class.



e.g. a snippet of my xsl-file:



When I leave the class in the subdir "root/xsl" and execute the style-target
in my build-file, an error occurs; He could not find the class-file.

When I copy the date-class into the root where the build-xml-file is placed,
it works.


As I have many stylesheets with java extension, I would like to leave them
all in their relating subdirs.


How could I do this?


My ant-task looks like this:

			




destdir="xdocs"
extension=".xml"
force="true"
includes="requirement.xml">







I would be happy if someone can help me.


*greets*

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