including XSL file(s) from multiple paths

Hello,

Aim: Include one XSL file into another.

Background: I have configured the relative path to the directory where the common xsl's exist, please find below.

      ByteArrayInputStream bs = new ByteArrayInputStream(template);
      URL commonTemplatesUrl = PdfReportBuilder.class.getResource("/fop/xsl/");
      Source xsltSrc = new StreamSource(bs, commonTemplatesUrl.toExternalForm());

The relative path("/fop/xsl/") exist in a jar file (the jar is included in the classpath of the project).

Problem: I had a requirement to include another XSL file at project level. Because the included templates are only getting picked at the relative path ("/fop/xsl/") I created a folder structure("/fop/xsl/") at the project level. And now the common XSL's i.e from jar file are not getting picked.

Question: Is there a way to configure multiple paths??

please let me know if you need more info.

Thanks,
jdharshaAsked:
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Amitkumar PSr. ConsultantCommented:
Extract the common XSLs from jar file and put it in a folder (/fop/xsl) your created in your project along with another XSL files.

Java will look for package structures at project level first. If found then it doesnt search further in jars.
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