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Re: [eclipselink-users] Finding project.xml file in jar using sessions.xml

Just give a relative resource path to project.xml file.  As long as it is on
the resource classpath it will be found.  i.e. "/META-INF/project.xml".

amphoras wrote:
> Hi,
> The workbench generates file paths like this in the sessions.xml file:
>       <primary-project
> xsi:type="xml">C:/full/path/to/my/project.xml</primary-project>
> I want to refer to a file that is in a jar.  I noticed this documentation
> mentions something about a <jar> element:
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/Packaging_a_EclipseLink_Application_(ELUG)#Packaging_with_EclipseLink_Metadata_File_Resource_Paths
> So my questions are:
> 1.  Where do I put this <jar> element?  
> 2.  If I have the project.xml file in a jar file, do I have to use the
> SessionManager to get the Session as documented?  I'm currently using
> Spring-WS integration and the Session auto-magically gets found when I use
> hard-coded paths for the project.xml files.  I'd like to keep it that way
> if possible.
> Thanks,
> Polly

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