>From within a servlet I have an XSL file that uses an <xsl:include> statement. This has worked fine and all I have done is indicated the name of the xsl to be included (no path info needed since they are in the same directory). However, I have recently altered several ways my program performs. -I am using newer Xerces and Xalan .jar files. -I grab my principal.xsl from as a .getSystemResourceAsStream because it is within a jar File. -I execute my program from a bat file. Here is the issue. My include statement is now inoperable. The XSL Processor is looking for the included file in the directory where the program was executed from (i.e. bin). I can think of some work arounds but the problem still exists that this xsl file is in a jar file and I really have no way of telling the stylesheet this. I could remove the style sheet from the jar file and then navigate out of the bin directory as such ./../xml/ but this seems counterproductive. Does anyone have any insight to what is going on? Thanks, Kevin XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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