JAXP V.next

Volume 10, Issue 37; 24 Apr 2007; last modified 08 Oct 2010

Tell us what you want in JAXP V.next.

As I mentioned before, the JAXP team is starting to think about what comes next. Improving ease of use always rates highly, but with the expectation that we'll be delivering into the next Java platform release, there's enough lead time to make some of us think about the XPath 2.0/XSLT 2.0 technologies as well.

What's really important of course is what you think. With that in mind, we've opened the JAXP.next Community Discussion Wiki.

Think of it as your chance to tell us where to go. But be polite, please.


I would like to tell you something, but when I create account for Wiki and then I try loging, I'm getting just the following error message:


Sorry, but you are not allowed to do that.

Usually we block access to something because you do not have the correct privileges (e.g., read, edit, comment) for the page you are looking for. In this particular case, it is likely that you are not listed in the page’s access control list or that your privileges aren’t high enough (you want to edit, but ACL only allows ‘read’).

It is also possible that JSPWiki cannot find its security policy, or that the policy is not configured correctly. Either of these cases would cause JSPWiki to block access, too.

Better luck next time.

—Posted by Jirka Kosek on 25 Apr 2007 @ 07:55 UTC #

Bah. I didn't have that trouble, but my edits didn't stick either. I'll see if I can rustle up the right support folks.

Anyone else having trouble?

—Posted by Norman Walsh on 25 Apr 2007 @ 03:13 UTC #

Ok, the problems seem to be fixed.

—Posted by Norman Walsh on 26 Apr 2007 @ 07:39 UTC #