InvocationTargetException

Hello,

I have a Java service which user XSLT transformer, and one of our servers (not the 3 others) has the
InvocationTargetException:org/apache/xalan/xsltc/trax/TransformerFactoryImpl

Do you have any ideas for that?
Thanks,
The source code of the Java service is :
String vMessage;
XSLTransformer vTrans;
String vDonneesMetier;

// pipeline
IDataCursor pipelineCursorInput = pipeline.getCursor();
InputStream pStreamFileXML = (InputStream)IDataUtil.get( pipelineCursorInput, “pStreamFileXML” );
String pPathFileXSLT = IDataUtil.getString( pipelineCursorInput, “pPathFileXSLT” );
String[] pParametersName = IDataUtil.getStringArray( pipelineCursorInput, “pParametersName” );
String[] pParametersValue = IDataUtil.getStringArray( pipelineCursorInput, “pParametersValue” );

pipelineCursorInput.destroy();

if(pStreamFileXML == null) {
vMessage = new String(“Le champ pStreamFileXML ne peut être null”);
throw new ServiceException (vMessage);
}
if(pPathFileXSLT == null) {
vMessage = new String(“Le champ pPathFileXSLT ne peut être null”);
throw new ServiceException (vMessage);
}

if(pParametersName == null || pParametersValue == null){
vTrans = new XSLTransformer(pPathFileXSLT);
}
else{
vTrans = new XSLTransformer(pPathFileXSLT, pParametersName, pParametersValue);
}

try{
vDonneesMetier = vTrans.transform(pStreamFileXML);
}
catch(TransformerConfigurationException e){
throw new ServiceException (e);
}
catch(TransformerException e){
throw new ServiceException (e);
}
catch(IOException e){
throw new ServiceException (e);
}

// pipeline
IDataCursor pipelineCursorOutput = pipeline.getCursor();
IDataUtil.put( pipelineCursorOutput, “vDonneesMetier”, vDonneesMetier );
pipelineCursorOutput.destroy();

Hi,
This may or may not solve your problem. We struggled with this error in another scenario- EJB adapter usage. The solution seemed to be putting the custom jar files in the IS\lib\jars instead of \code\jars.

SRB