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Java xml error while viewing HTML pages generated from Caliber DefineIT

Java xml error while viewing HTML pages generated from Caliber DefineIT

Problem:

Java xml error while viewing HTML pages generated from Caliber DefineIT

Resolution:

Products: Caliber DefineIT 2006, IE 6.0

Problem Description:

When HTML pages are generated from Caliber DefineIT for any scenario and opened in IE 6.0 browser, the left navigation pane does not display and throws the error java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: javax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilderFactory

Solution:

The reason for this error could be the Java Plug-in for IE 6.0 is not installed. This is required run applets within the browser. If Java plug-in for JRE 1.5 is already installed in your browser, you should see the following:

- Under Tools menu, you should see "Sun Java Console".
- Go to Tools -> Internet Options. Click on the "Advanced" tab. There should be an option for Java (Sun) with "Use JRE 1.5.0_07 for applet checked. (Please note that Java Plug-in 1.3.1 may not work with IE 6)

The Java plug-in is shipped as part of the JRE download. This can be downloaded from http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp.

Old KB# 15673

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