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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21131] - Using Jetspeed with J2SE 1.4.2-beta breaks portlets
Date Fri, 04 Jul 2003 21:44:01 GMT
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Using Jetspeed with J2SE 1.4.2-beta breaks portlets





------- Additional Comments From grenoml@yahoo.com  2003-07-04 21:44 -------
  I would like to leave the bug open and just move it to minor once the issue is
fully disclosed in the documents.  Documenting the issue still is not providing
a solution.  We need to discuss the impact with Sun.
  I posted this issue to the Sun JDK forum also.  Sun should either provide a
way to turn off their XML parser or provide a way to override their XML parser
on an application by application basis.  
  Even with endorsed dirs the only way to override the JDK XML parser is at the
JVM or servlet-container level.  This is too coarse.  
  I would prefer that they remove the XML parsing from the JDK and let
applications handle it.  If the app wants to use JAXP/TRAX then use a Sun jar if
they want to use Xerces then use the Apache/Jakarta jar.  Incorporating an XML
parser in the JDK creates more problems than it solves.


Gerry Reno

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