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Re: [eclipselink-users] Finding project.xml file in jar using sessions.xml
- From: amphoras <polly.c.chang@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 06:57:42 -0700 (PDT)
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Thanks for the quick reply. I just want to confirm--there's no need to give
the name of the jar that the project.xml is in? I am expecting my
project.xml and sessions.xml files to be in different jars.
James Sutherland wrote:
> 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:
>> The workbench generates file paths like this in the sessions.xml file:
>> I want to refer to a file that is in a jar. I noticed this documentation
>> mentions something about a <jar> element:
>> 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.
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