Hello Jeremias,

>Barcode4J 1.0 comes with avalon-framework-4.1.5.jar which has the
>necessary methods. I suspect you didn't remove the old
avalon-framework->cvs-20020806.jar that comes with FOP from the
classpath. If you have two >versions of the same JAR in the classpath,
the JVM will pick the first it >encounters.

Here is what i have in my start batch:

set LIBDIR=%LOCAL_FOP_HOME%lib
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCAL_FOP_HOME%build\fop.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\xml-apis.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\xercesImpl-2.6.0.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\xalan-2.5.2.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\batik.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\avalon-framework-4.2.0.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\jimi-1.0.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\barcode4j.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\barcode4j-fop-ext-0.20.5.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\commons-cli-1.0.jar
set LOCALCLASSPATH=%LOCALCLASSPATH%;%LIBDIR%\jdom.jar

I also removed all old files of avalon. Is there a possiblity to check
during a run which avalon version the process uses? Are there other dirs
where the files (avalon) could reside?

Thanks for your help,

David


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