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Re: [xmlblaster-devel] Explicitly setting xmlblaster.properties file location in the code
Cahn, Kevin W. wrote:
I am having a problem that I believe I can overcome if I can
explicitly set the location for the xmlblaster.properties file in my
code. I have created JAVA native window executables that connect to
an XMLBlaster server using socket protocol. The properties file
resides in the same directory as the executables. If I run the
executables from this directory, then everything works fine. The code
successfully connects to the XMLBlaster server and runs. However, I
need to be able to execute these executables from M.S. Access macros.
When I try to run one of the executables from a macro, it fails to
connect to the XMLBlaster server. The log file shows that the code is
trying to use the internal xmlblaster.properties file from the
XMLBlaster.jar file instead of the one in the same directory as the
executables. I'm not sure why this occurs. The only way I can think
to overcome this behavior is to be able to explicitly tell my code
where to find the xmlblaster.properties file. Is there a way to do this?
java org.xmlBlaster.Main -propertyFile x.properties
does the magic.
You can also replace the property file in xmlBlaster.jar
with your own customized one.
How did you create your native executable?