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OSGi properties file related query

 
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Hi there fellow ranchers..,

I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post this question, but this seems to be the closest one fitting.

I've landed up in the OSGi space only recently, and am starting on to work with the Equinox OSGi container. But I'm stumped [atleast for now]
as to how is an OSGi bundle going to read from a properties file [or any configuration file for that matter]. Any property file I create for OSGi will be
added into the bundle [jar file] thus making it real tough for the user to modify its contents. Is there any other way to do this ? I mean a way to provide a configuration/property file
outside the bundle jar file, but still the bundle being able to read it....

thanks,
Dawn.
 
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Hi Guys..,

Is there an OSGi/Equinox forum present in the ranch ?
 
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Do you mean something like the "preferences service"? (Section 106 in the Service Compendium (http://www.osgi.org/download/r4v41/r4.cmpn.pdf))
 
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