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Read key and value from properties file

 
Abhay Choubey
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Hi all,
How can I read multiple key and value from properties file.
can any one help me please

Thanks in advance
Abhay
 
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If you want it as a bean to inject into your classes. you can use the util namespace and

<util:properties id="myProps" location="location of .properties file"/>

Or do you just mean myPropertiesInstance.getProperty("propertyNameHere");

Mark
 
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Thanks for your replay. It is not solving my problem-

My properties file is like -

P1 = com.tt.example1
p2 = com.tt.example2
p3 = com.tt.example3.

here com.tt.example1,example2,example3 is java class. How can I read all value at a time using spring configuration file. It should not be hard code.\

Thanks in advance
Abhay
 
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Abhay Choubey wrote:Thanks for your replay. It is not solving my problem-

My properties file is like -

P1 = com.tt.example1
p2 = com.tt.example2
p3 = com.tt.example3.

here com.tt.example1,example2,example3 is java class. How can I read all value at a time using spring configuration file. It should not be hard code.\

Thanks in advance
Abhay


My question is still the same? How exactly do you want to use the values, It makes a big difference in the answer.

Look at the PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer in the Spring Framework documentation to see if that is what you need. Are you using Spring 3.x, if so, then I recommend reading about the Spring Expresssion language in the Spring Framework documentation.

Thanks

Mark

 
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