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From Conor MacNeill <>
Subject Re: a quick ?? on the dtd task of ejbjar
Date Wed, 08 Jan 2003 07:47:44 GMT
Deacon, Garrett (DST-CLT) wrote:
> In the documentation it specifies two mandatory parameters, public id and
> location.  WRT location it states that ...
> "The location of the local copy of the DTD. This can either be a file or a
> resource loadable from the classpath"
> What exactly does the second part mean.  Can I specifiy a jar file that
> contains the dtds?

You can't specify the jar directly - you can specify a resource within a jar 
and that jar is on the classpath. Java is able to load non-class files as 
resources from the classpath and <ejbjar> uses this to load the dtd.

For example, the weblogic element will attempt to load the dtd from the resource


If you look in the weblogic jars, you'll see it in there with this path.


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