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Hai,

InitialContext ic = new InitialContext();
                  

                  String rootDirectory = (String)ic.lookup("java:comp/env/rootDirectory");
                  String pathSeparator = (String)ic.lookup("java:comp/env/pathSeparator");

These can get you the system pathseperator and rootDirectory information using any J2EE Compliant container....

How to acheive the same using spring ??

Thanks.
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Isn’t that defeating the philosophy of IoC container.
Jndi elements under java:comp/env are local variable to the specific J2EE item.
I think in the spring world you are suppose to do that by having a property on the bean and let spring initialize it for you.
e.g.
<beans>
  <bean id="your_bean_id" class="full_class_name">
    <property name="otherBeanRef">
        <ref bean="a reference to another bean via that bean id"/>
    </property>
  </bean>
  <property name="pathSeparator">
          <value><![CDATA[/]]></value> <!—any constant value &#61664;
  </property>
 <property name="rootDirectory">
          <value><![CDATA[/home/xxx/]]></value> <!—any constant value &#61664;
  </property>
</beans>

where your bean should have setters/getters for pathSeparator and rootDirectory
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