XML4j.jar and LotusXSL.jar installed on server – How to investigate which applications are using them?

We have some additional programs installed on our servers which are a legacy of previous versions of Domino. With the preparation for an upgrade to 8.5 we are investigating if we still need them.

For example in the Notes 8 Designer Help I read:

Lotus Domino Designer includes the XML4J parser and LotusXSL processor in the product so you can parse and transform XML data without a separate download.

  • What is the easiest way to investigate if any application is still using these programs?

(ps our environmentscomes near to 10.000 applications)

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4 thoughts on “XML4j.jar and LotusXSL.jar installed on server – How to investigate which applications are using them?

  1. rhrempel 2009-April-8 / 3:05 pm

    I’ve done something similar to this in the past with Binary Tree’s CMT Inspector software. I use the software to capture design details on all of the applications. Then run a search for custom code terms. Then I know which applications have code in them that may be using the XML4J parser and/or LotusXSL processor. Of course, that does not mean that the code is actively running anymore.
    You can contact me if you have any questions.
    FYI: I am employed by Binary Tree.

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