I want to load resources (xml-files), usually I would do this with a FilenameFilter and the file method listFiles(filter) .. this would return an array of files. When deploying in JBoss EJB-Modules, these are packed as jar file, and these jar files are copied into some kind of temporary directory and opend. Because they are in a jar file, I can't use any longer the listFiles method, because this will return always null. Taking instead the jar, and open a ZipFile or ZipStream isn't possible, because they are, as mentioned, opend by the system exclusivly.
I can't even use getClass().getClassLoader().getResources(...) .. because I don't know the name (only the file extension xml, and the package path).
I don't see any possiblity to load these xml files from one package (or recursivley) .. what can I do?
Thanks in advance
It isn't possible eh? Thats quite bad :(