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Traversing a directory inside WAR

I deploy an application in an unexploded war. I know how to get an input stream from a resource if I know the file name inside the war. However, is there a way to read a directory from the resource to get the names of files in the directory?
For example, if I have a directory like "/WEB-INF/classes/x", I can get the URL for that, but I don't know how to get the file names inside directory x.
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RogueCarAuthor Commented:
After some playing around, I came up with this:
          URL theFolderUrl = Z.context.getResource("/WEB-INF/classes/x");
          if (theFolderUrl == null) return;
          javax.naming.directory.DirContext jndd = (javax.naming.directory.DirContext)theFolderUrl.getContent();
          if (jndd == null) return;
          Enumeration e = jndd.list(""); // get all the files

This gives an enumeration of all the files in the directory.
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RogueCarAuthor Commented:
Another note: the enumeration returns javax.naming.NameClassPair objects.  To get the file name, invoke the "getName()" method.
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