I have some config files in my classpath in both the classes directory and inside some jars also.
They follow a predefined naming convention. I'd like to get their contents. The problem is that they are in different subdirectories. Here's the example:
I'd like to have the reference to each of these files so that I can load them using ResourceBundle.getBundle(configFileFQN).
I don't think there's a method I can use to retrieve these files, I guess I'll need to look for them in each package or something. I don't know.
Does anyone have a clue?
Thanks in advance!
Marcio Fernandes de Lima
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I think you don't have to worry about in which jar or directory the files are.
To load the content from the properties file
1.Ensure that it is in classpath
2.Note down the the full qualified name of that file (ex: com.company.module5.config.properties)
3.Pass that full qualified name to the getBundle method of ResourBudle to get the reference and load data.
Thanks & Regards,
subject: Get a files in the classpath that match a given pattern