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1. How to easily load a XML-based Config File into a Java Class?    stackoverflow.com

I've got a simple java class that looks something like this:

public class Skin implements Serializable {

 public String scoreFontName = "TahomaBold";
 ...
 public int scoreFontHeight = 20;
 ...
 public int blockSize ...

2. How to load multiple configuration files using apache common configuration(java)    stackoverflow.com

I have a main conf file which I load using apache common configuration class. I have a requirement where user can specify a conf file and values in those file will override ...

3. Loading settings from XML file into a Java class    stackoverflow.com

I have an XML file containing a bunch of simulation settings (partial example below). I would like to load these settings into a Java class, so that the settings are available ...

4. How to load a big XML file in Java    bytes.com

1. Do you really need the whole XML document to be loaded into a DOM structure? What are you trying to do with it? If you can look at alternatives, see ...

5. Problem loading xml file    coderanch.com

I am able to get the InputStream for a properies file as InputStream stream1 = getClass().getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("commons-logging.properties"); However, when i am trying to get a inputstream for a xml file, I am getting null value. I am not able to locate the xml file. Both files are present under same directory. InputStream stream2 = getClass().getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("ejbLocator.xml"); Is there any clue? or I could ...

6. Question about loading an xml file into a file object    coderanch.com

The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny - it is the light that guides your way. - ...

7. Dynamically Loading a XML file when the application starts    coderanch.com

Hello Ranchers, I am trying to dynamically generate an XML file and loading it when the application starts using PL/SQL . The application uses Tomcat server. The application uses an abc.xml file. This xml file, currently, is a static file. I want to: 1) Dynamically generate the above XML file using some information in database. 2)Load the dynamically generated xml file ...

8. ClassLoader.getSystemResource() can't find XML files?!?    forums.oracle.com

Since I work on a product that often reads XML files from jar files, I can ensure you that there's nothing conceptually wrong/broken with loading .xml files like any other resource from the Classloader. Is there a specific reason you use ClassLoader.getSystemResource()? I find it more reliable to use a ClassLoader that loaded a class I know is in the same ...

9. Exception while loading properties from an xml file    forums.oracle.com

/** * Builds up the property map from the specified input file. The file must be in XML format. * In case of exception and/or problems reading from the specified file, an empty property map is returned. * @param fileName the path and the name of the file with the XML representation of the properties. */

10. XML file for loading different classes in application ?    forums.oracle.com

Hi, I want to configure a small application ( a simulator ) using a XML file. The XML file determines the classes, whih should be loaded, and initialize the variables (values set in the XML files). I want to have different modules (same functionality, different implementations) and which module is loaded, is determined by the XML file ( a scenario ). ...

11. Problem in loading Context.xml file    forums.oracle.com

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