Team,

If you have anything to add, please comment on this
issue in Bugzilla.  More viewpoints may be good here.

Thanks,
Glen


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> Simon,
> 
> Thanks for your explanation again.  The problem
> you're bringing up may actually 
> be good news for us though: J2SDK 1.4 users who run
> FOP from the command line 
> *aren't* using the Xalan, Xerces, xml-apis.jar files
> in our lib directory, but 
> rather the internal ones of the J2SDK.  (I tested
> and confirmed this.)
> 
> Indeed, wouldn't you say, the fact that FOP CL has
> been running fine (very few 
> complaints, if any) w/1.4's jars for so long would
> help in reducing the FUD 
> about removing the XML jars from our distributions
> once we discontinue 1.2 and 
> 1.3 support?  (I.e., if we redirect the 1.4 SDK to
> the FOP jars, we'll lose 
> certainty about how reliable the internal SDK jars
> are--or, learning what the 
> actual bugs are.)
> 
> Also, for buggy internal XML jars of a current or
> future SDK--this patch would 
> help command-line, but not embedded usage (they
> would still use internal, or 
> whatever is placed in SDK default endorsed
> directory).  So in these cases where 
> the internal jars are bad, wouldn't it be better if
> we had instructions on our 
> website, or a link somewhere, telling users how to
> update the XML jars in the 
> default Java endorsed directory?  That would cover
> both CL and embedded.
> 
> Sorry for the long post--I'm not certain on this
> either way.  Comments?  (Also, 
> team members, what do you think?)
> 
> Thanks again!
> Glen


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