> Mike is just back from holiday.
Fully refreshed I hope Mike!
> I hope to ship Saxon 7.2, including support for xsl:analyze-string,
> during the next week or so, but it depends what I find in my in-tray.
> In the meantime, note that you will need JDK 1.4, so you might like to
> install that first.
Question please: I have other java apps that don't (yet) work with 1.4.
Is it possible (windows 2k) to have 1.3 and 1.4 installed and work
happily side by side?
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From: Michael Kay <michael.h.kay@nt...> - 2002-09-02 14:02:59
> Question please: I have other java apps that don't (yet) work
> with 1.4. Is it possible (windows 2k) to have 1.3 and 1.4
> installed and work happily side by side?
Yes, no problem.
It only becomes a problem when you're using Saxon in conjunction with
some application framework (e.g. Tomcat) that has it's own Java