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Context, Path Question

John Groller
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Joined: May 08, 2008
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Hello JavaRanch!

I've got a class in a WAR. It's not a servlet, it's just a straight up class. However, it will be invoked when a SOAP call comes in from our vendor.

To load a Bean that I need, I'm doing this...



My problem is that no relative path that I use works. Physical paths do work, but since I'm developing on a Windows box and will be deploying to AIX boxes, physical paths won't match up.

Is there a way for me to determine the context root of the WAR in a class that's not a Servlet (and therefore does not have an HttpServletRequest object)? I read somewhere that I could grab the SOAPContext and use that, but that just seemed like a lot of work to do something simple.

Thanks in advance for any help.
John
 
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