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Get a List of All Class Loaders in a JVM

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Hi ,

My requirement is as follows
1) I want to get a list of all ClassLoaders that are presnt in a JVM.
2) I want to have a list of all the classes that belong to a particular Class Loader.

How should i go about doing it ??

Thanks,
Mrigank.
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I do not think you can do it but this might give you some tips: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/javaqa/2003-07/02-qa-0725-classsrc2.html
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