Subject:Re: Working with Xalan Author:Minollo I. Date:26 Jun 2001 10:37 AM
At 04:47 AM 6/26/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>From: "Timo Ullrich"
>I have a problem using Xalan-Processor in an scenario. I always receive
>the following output when I try to refresh the XML-XSL-constellation:
>"External XSLT processing started...
>XSLT Error (javax.xml.transform.TransformerConfigurationException): File
>"d:\Projects\MeteoNews\XSL Development\STY6.xsl" not found.
>Where is this missing file defined, how can I set the specific file name?
The STY6.xsl file is a temporary file that Stylus Studio (tries to) creates
in the same directory where the original XSLT file you opened is; we create
a temporary file to make sure that external processing has access to the
latest changes you may have done in your stylesheet.
The only situation I can think of in which this would fail is that you
don't have write permissions to that directory, or that for some reason
Stylus Studio cannot create a temporary file in that directory.
Do you have write permissions to "d:\Projects\MeteoNews\XSL Development"?
Can you create a file in that directory?
Subject:Re: Working with Xalan Author:(Deleted User) Date:26 Jun 2001 12:27 PM
thanks for your answer. Indeed I have complete read write permissions in the mentioned directory. It is even more funnier: if I try to copy my original XSL and rename it to the expected STY... filename and place it in the expected directory, than the system says again, that it could not find it and I wonder why but the STY.. file is not there anymore.