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FileNotFoundException thrown when creating app-context object via ClassPathXmlApplicationContext

 
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There was a requirement in my project to multi-thread calls made to a Webservice. This is implemented using ThreadPoolTaskExecutor (Spring). As the thread class required values to be fed at runtime, had implemented the code as below -


Issue In local I have tomcat server and this implementation works as expected. However on Weblogic (on the client machine, no access) when the war is deployed it throws FileNotFoundException.



In the code the shared-common-context.xml file is in the location - \src\main\webapp\WEB-INF\, application-context.xml file is in the location - \src\main\resources\.
When the war is built (Maven is used) the application-context.xml is placed under WEB-INF/classes folder, and shared-common-context.xml is under WEB-INF folder.

The shared-common-context.xml file is imported within the application-context.xml file () and holds the PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer bean.


Below is the location where the code gets deployed on Weblogic (the code is within a hidden directory inside a temporary folder)
./servers/Coloris_PPT1_AdminServer/tmp/.appmergegen_1336142780924_documentservi‌​ce.war/WEB-INF/


Could someone please suggest how to proceed with this?
 
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