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Cannot read Property file from JSP in a Web Module Project

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I have tried to read the properties file in two ways but am not able to read it because i cannot find the correct path of the properties file.

1st Method :

Properties props = new Properties();

InputStream is =

application.getResourceAsStream(

"test.properties");

if (is != null) {

props.load(is);

is.close();

Enumeration keysEnum = Props.propertyNames();

while (keysEnum.hasMoreElements()) {

out.println(keysEnum.nextElement()) ;

}

2nd Method :

Here "com.sap.package" is the package name and "test" is the Properties file name

ResourceBundlebundle = ResourceBundle.getBundle("com.sap.package.test");

for (Enumeration e = bundle.getKeys(); e.hasMoreElements();)

{

String key = (String) e.nextElement();

out.print((String) e.nextElement());

String s = bundle.getString(key);

request.getComponentSession().putValue(key, s);

}

I cannot read the properties file even when I keep in it the WEB-INF folder.

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Former Member
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Hello,

put the properties file below /WEB-INF/classes (when using a Web Module Project) or /PORTAL-INF/classes (when using a Portal Component Project). You then can accesss the file with


<current_class_name>.class.getResourceAsStream("/test.properties");

<current_class_name> is the name of the class, that you want to access the properties file from. Don't forget the leading "/"! If you want to put the properties file inside a package, for example "com.sap.package" you might use the following snippet:


<current_class_name>.class.getResourceAsStream("/com/sap/package/test.properties");

Regards, Lars