I don't think so given...  I solved my problem by just downloading the home version to run the same transformation.

On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 3:44 PM, Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> wrote:
On 28/10/2011 14:50, Alex Muir wrote:
>  java -cp saxon9ee.jar net.sf.saxon.Version
> SAXON from Saxonica (build 042114)
>  java -cp saxon9ee.jar com.saxonica.config.Verifier saxon-license.lic
> Exception in thread "main" net.sf.saxon.trans.LicenseException:
> invalid encoding for signature
>         at com.saxonica.config.Verifier.configure(Verifier.java:297)
>         at com.saxonica.config.Verifier.readLicenseFile(Verifier.java:206)
>         at com.saxonica.config.Verifier.main(Verifier.java:363)
> alex@sun:~/UTSWEBClientWork/Lech/005 - DK
> Schema/Code/automation/calabash$
It looks like you have a corrupt license file. I suggest we discuss this
> I was always under the assumption that 9ee works basically as a He
> when using the basic key as follows,, is there something wrong with
> the key perhaps?
Saxon will look for the license file if you request functionality that
requires a license. Presumably there was something in your stylesheet,
(like a call to an extension function) that caused the license file to
be read.

Michael Kay

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