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Set a session variable from a properties file

Posted on 2006-11-29
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Hi all,

I it possible to set a session variable from some kind of properties file?

Ive been trying this:

session.setAttribute
( "amt, <bean:messagekey="sub.amt" /> );

But I get this error:

Missing term. session.setAttribute( "amt, <bean:messagekey="sub.amt" /> );

Thanks for any help
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bloodredsun earned 175 total points
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Yes it is but not like that. You can't mix custom tags with scriptlet java code. You need to do it all in the scriptlet code.

<%
    // Read properties file.
    Properties properties = new Properties();
    try {
        properties.load(new FileInputStream("filename.properties"));//make sure the name of the file is correct
    } catch (IOException e) {
       //deal with the exception
    }
    //add the value to the session object
    session.setAttribute( "amt", properties.getProperty("sub.amt") );

%>
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by:SuAeE
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ah I see, ill try that, thanks
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by:SuAeE
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Im having trouble accessing the file

Im using:
  properties.load(new FileInputStream(request.getContextPath()+"//config//myProp.properties");

But im getting the error: "Cannot find the file specified"

I'll increase the points, thanks
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by:rrz
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you can try using  
properties.load(new FileInputStream(request.getContextPath()+"/config/myProp.properties");
or
properties.load(getClass().getResourceAsStream(request.getContextPath()+"/config/myProp.properties"));
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by:rrz
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Sorry, that last one needs to find it on the classpath( in the classes folder for example).  
properties.load(getClass().getResourceAsStream("/myProp.properties"));
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thanks, ;)
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