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Read properties using @PropertySource("file:${application_properties}") place holder  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,

I want to read properties from external file using @PropertySource("file:${application_properties}"), so used annotation in configuration files as mentioned and defined


but I am getting "Could not resolve placeholder 'application_properties' in value "file:${application_properties}""

Note:Its working fine if i use @PropertySource("file:c:\filename") but i want to use placeholde and want to define that place holder in tomcat(Want to know how to do that aswell).Could you please help me to read the file properties using @PropertySource which will read the place holder defined in tomcat.

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One more update I want to use only "file" not "classpath" in @PropertySource annatation.
 
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