5 Replies Latest reply on Dec 18, 2012 8:18 AM by Joseph Fouts

    ERROR:  '/usr/local/jboss-as-7.1.1.Final/bin/./CSV-UTILS.xsl (No such file or directory)'

    Joseph Fouts Novice

      I have a module running within the JBoss AS-7 server that transforms an xml data

      file with an XSL stylesheet to produce a comma delimited file.


      I have a utility .XSL file that is referenced by several parent XSL files.

      Here is how the utility .XSL file is refereced from its parents.


      <xsl:import href="CSV-UTILS.xsl" />


      All of our XSL files reside in the same folder on a shared drive on our server.


      Because these files are accessed from both Windows and Unix machines I did

      not want to include an explicit path in the href definition.  Such as C:\XSL_Folder

      ...   \apex\XSL_Folder


      Outside of JBoss the setup and structure works fine.  When running within

      JBoss I get the following error:


      ERROR:  '/usr/local/jboss-as-7.1.1.Final/bin/./CSV-UTILS.xsl (No such file or directory)'


      Could one of the JBoss experts help me figure out how I can set this up?  Is there some

      way to define a global XSL path within the config file?  Based on the error I'm confused on

      why JBoss is running out of the .../bin folder when transforming the XSL files.


      Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.