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From Joe Nathan <jowen4...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Read and write inside WEB-INF
Date Sat, 14 Jul 2007 22:35:37 GMT

This is quite tricky issue. I use the following method.
Basically it locate the directory where you place your
designated class definition!

============================================
static String base;
static {
try {
 // use an object instance which is part of service!
 my.package.MyObject rm = new my.package.MyObject();
 Class c = rm.getClass();
 String name = "my.package.MyObject.class";
 URL url = c.getClassLoader().getResource(name);


 String st1 = url.getPath();
 int x = st1.indexOf("file:"); // remvie "jar:file:" part;
 if (x>=0) st1 = st1.substring(x+5);
 x = st1.indexOf(":"); // remove leading "/" for Windows!
 if (x>=0) st1 = st1.substring(1);
 st1 = st1.substring(0, st1.length()-name.length()-1); // remove /class
name;
 if (st1.endsWith("!")) { // remove jar/war/aar/mar file paths;
    x = st1.lastIndexOf("/");
   if (x>=0) st1 = st1.substring(0, x);
 }
 st1 = st1.replace("/", File.separator); // directory;
 base = st1+File.separator;
 System.out.println("Base: "+base);
			
} catch (Throwable t1) {
  t1.printStackTrace();
}
}


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