JSP and XSL, and other taglibs

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Does anyone know of a simple (newbie style) tutorial that explains how to install XSL for use within a JSP page.

I have installed Xerces and Xalan, which both work correctly as I can transform an XML file using XSL from the command prompt.

I have setup the XSL taglibs and also standard taglibs containing Xtags from Apache, and a JSP header to use them.

I think this is where the problem is, on running my JSP I get an error:

Location:transform.jsp
org/apache/xalan/xslt/XSLTInputSource

and Tomcat says the class cannot be found.

I'm banging my head here. I have searched for an easy to read tutorial on how to set this up. All Apache documentation is deeply n00b unfriendly and makes great assumptions of java knowledge. This is the first time I have tried to setup a Java work environment and use any kind of taglib.

ANY help greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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