You wouldn't set the class path to this directory. If you want to read/write to this directory, the jboss.server.data.dir system property tells you where the directory is located. You can then append your filename on to the end of this directory name to get the full path.
You can get a complete list of the JBoss system properties here. [ January 29, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Salter ]
I've had to do this when I want a properties file loaded by the system classloader. I've just set JBOSS_CLASSPATH environment variable to the directory with the property files before starting JBoss. On linux I've added it to run.conf but on windows it doesn't seem to use this.
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