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How to read properties file under open daylight's configuration directory from OSGI module

asked 2014-11-23 07:21:47 -0700

Hi Folks,

I have OSGI module deployed in open daylight. Now I am trying to read properties file under open daylight's configuration directory. Any helpful links, direction or guidance is appreciated.

Thanks in Advance, Darpan

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answered 2016-05-16 05:24:48 -0700

jgoodyear gravatar image

You'll need to use ConfigAdmin to read properties file.

How are you wiring your bundle? Direct OSGi calls? Blueprint? Declarative Services? Spring DM?

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answered 2016-05-16 06:58:32 -0700

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related question cvan help you File option Problem is that we are working in an OSGi environment, so when trying to create a File with the asset path. The asset path is in fact a link to the bundle URL url = getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("/excel/file.xslx"); File file = new File(url.toURI()); // URI = bundle://449.124:/excel/file.xlsx So following Exception occurs: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: URI scheme is not "file"

Trying to use the URL path instead also is not successful:

File file = new File(url.getPath()); // Path= /excel/file.xslx if(!file.exists()){ // FILE DOES NOT EXIST } Path option When I try to use the path open method, it cannot seem to resolve the path, since I always get following Exception: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Zip File is closed

opcPackage =; // Path= /excel/file.xslx Any ideas on how I can reference my file from within a bundle environment in order for it to load? Or am I missing something obvious here? the accpeted answer here link text

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