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Subject: Relative path in include statement
From: "Colin Gibson" <colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 08:35:59 -0000
relative include paths

I'm having a problem with relative path in an include statement. My XSL has
a line:-

<xsl:include href="./subdir/extra.xsl">

When I run Xalan from the command line the stylesheet works fine but when
embedded within java I get an XSLProcessorException stating that
"file:e:/data/sapphire/subdir/extra.xsl" was not found. I'm using Xalan-J
1.2.2 from Apache.

Am i forced to use absolute paths or is there a workaround?



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