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reading a properties file

 
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Hi,
We have a requirement of reading a properties file ( which would be placed outside the .war ) and then populate the drop-down list.
Need some insight on how can we read the properties file in client code?

Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanks
Sapna

 
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Client side java code is going to be translated into pure http/javascript code, so it cannot read property files. However, one can use GWT-RPC mechanism to let a servlet read a properties file and send it to client as HashMap/Hashtable object to client side.
 
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Thanks Prabakar,
I have read it from servlet using the GWT-RPC mechanism.
 
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