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Adding properties file to xml

 
H. J. Yoshi
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Hello

(i post in ages.)

I have defined an xsd using which i am doing the following -
- listing 'job schedules' [ these are spring batch jobs , defined in their own specific config xmls]
- each 'schedule' has a list of parameters inlcuding: cron string, a few file/ directory paths (relative), the job config xml path.

Now, yes, I could do this using spring framework quartz beans and have the "configLocation" or, spring context "property-placeholder" element set to read the properties file I need to read in order to resolve the filenames/ filepaths listed in each 'job schedule' element.

But, I am not using spring beans here at all. (I do think it is probably is a bad idea, but for some reason, that is how it is going to be)

So, every element is "string" as per this xsd. I am trying to find if there is any way I can import / refer to the properties file within these xml? by changing my own xsd and not using the spring /context/quartz schema.

However, I am using spring to load the context and have the "scheduler" kick off. So, I am able to load the config and jobs using XML files generated using this schema, but the relative paths get unresolved.

Any suggestion, pointer is most welcome.

Thank you.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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