Before you report a bug, please, read the following instructions:
- If doubt exists whether the behaviour in question is a bug or a feature,
please post a message to the
list for clarification.
- To help eliminate duplicate or invalid bug reports, please take a quick look at
bugs in JIRA to see whether the bug has been already reported and/or fixed.
You can also download the
and check if you can reproduce the bug.
- Report bugs against the newest release.
We strongly encourage you to write patches for problems you find and attach
them to your JIRA issue. Being specific in the description of your bug report, and
providing enough information to reproduce the bug will improve the likelihood that
bugs, adding enhancements, and addressing outstanding design issues, we need your
active participation in the ongoing development of Xalan Java.
The old bug tracking system,
is still available but please only use it to look up old bugs.
Bugzilla has been replaced by JIRA
and old bugzilla bugs have been migrated to JIRA as issues.
After reading the instructions above, click
here to submit a bug report using JIRA.
Note that the functionality shown by the JIRA user interface changes depending on whether
you Log In or not. In particular, to have the CREATE NEW ISSUE link
you will need to click the Log In in small font, in the top right corner
of the page and log in.
If you had a bugzilla account previously, and had used it with Xalan bugzilla bugs,
your account should be migrated to JIRA. In this case, do not create a new account,
but use the same e-mail account name and click on "Forgot Password" on the JIRA home page.