There may be a calabash user on this list (or even Norm...) able to help you here, but this looks to me like a Calabash question rather than a Saxon one.

Michael Kay
Saxonica

On 09/07/2011 22:05, Alex Muir wrote:
Hi,

I'm struggling for some reason to get Calabash to run with saxonEE.

I've got the following files including the license file in a directory

apache-solr-solrj-3.1-
SNAPSHOT.jar
calabash.jar
commons-codec-1.3.jar
commons-codec-1.4.jar
commons-httpclient-3.1.jar
commons-logging-1.1.1.jar
commons-logging.jar
deltaxml.jar
htmlcleaner-2.2.jar
isorelax.jar
jing.jar
junit.jar
metadata-extractor-2.3.1.jar
msv.jar
mysql-connector-java-5.1.12-bin.jar
saxon-aelfred.jar
saxon-license.lic
saxon9ee-qc.jar
saxon9ee.jar
setup-4.18-20100322-personal.jar
tagsoup-1.2.jar
Test-run-calabash.bat
Test-Saxon-DisplayVersion.xpl
Test-Saxon-DisplayVersion.xsl
xcc.jar
xep.jar
xmlunit-1.3.jar

And the following run-calabash.sh file to execute the process

oldPath=$PATH
oldCLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH

CLASSPATH="$CLASSPATH:/mnt/xslt_volume/i4EnrichV4/resources/libs/*"
export CLASSPATH

java -Xmx2512m -Xss8096k -verbose  -classpath $CLASSPATH -Dcom.xmlcalabash.phonehome=false -Djava.util.logging.config.file=logging.properties  com.xmlcalabash.drivers.Main $1 1>> $2 2>&1

path="$oldPath"
export path

CLASSPATH="$oldCLASSPATH"
export CLASSPATH


When I run a small xsl file that outputs product-version using saxonEE directly from that directory the product-version="EE 9.3.0.5" however when I run the same xsl file via an xproc p:xslt through calabash 0.9.32 I get the product-version="HE 9.3.0.5"

So is there a setting I'm missing. I've been searching a while for what could be fixed online but to no avail.

Let me know your thoughts
Regards


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