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eclipse how to access config file

i have a ehcache.xml file in resources/META-Inf folder, how can i reference this file programmatically?

i tried CacheManager.create("classpath:META-INF/ehcache.xml");
CacheManager.create("META-INF/ehcache.xml");
CacheManager.create("/META-INF/ehcache.xml");

nothing but the full path (hardcoded) works. thanks.
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mmingfeilam
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Mahesh BhutkarCommented:
i have a ehcache.xml file in resources/META-Inf folder
You have to add resources folder inside Source Tab of Java Build Path of your project.

Related to ehcache You may refere code samples from http://ehcache.org/documentation/code-samples

Some good recipes at http://ehcache.org/documentation/2.4/recipes/
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Just to elaborate on why it isn't working, the method that you are using, ie. CacheManager.create(String), passes that string to a java.io.File constructor which means that it attempts to find the file in the filesystem. This is why the full path works, and also a relative path would work as long as you know the current working directory when your program is executed. A better solution probably would be to load the file from the classpath (which it looks like what you were trying to do). So assuming that the META-INF folder is being included in your classpath, you can use the following to load it from there...
URL configUrl = getClass().getResource("/META-INF/ehcache.xml");
CacheManager cm = CacheManager.create(configUrl);

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