Archives of old releases can be found at the Apache Xerces Archives and Apache XML Archives. Build Tools Distributions. Xerces2 Java - KEYS. Download Notes - Source Distributions - Binary Distributions. You can extract the ZIP files using the Java jar command to unpack the distribution. ant*.jar, Jar files containing Apache Ant for building Xerces-J. ant*. As of version , Xerces requires JDK or later to run and also requires JDK or later to build the source code. Jar file changes - ClassCastException using - Xerces XML, HTML and.
The parser in the JDK was a fork of Xerces, but it is very buggy. I would recommend production applications always to use the Apache version. Apache Xerces can be easily installed and integrated with your current Java " _60" Java (TM) SE Run Time Environment (build _b19) Java. 31 Mar If you don't have a Xerces jar in your classpath, then if you're using Java 5 or later , you likely have the version of Xerces bundled with the JDK.
The Apache Xerces2 parser is the reference implementation of XNI but other parser Xerces Java User's List, [email protected] 9 Mar For years Java developers were used to require Apache Xerces and Xalan for their XML stuff. But those times are over. All this stuff is no longer. Mirror of Apache Xerces2 Java .. from the Apache XML Project's distribution web page: mornstarherbs.com Download both the Xerces-J-src.