[wildfly-dev] JAR scanning

Jason Greene jason.greene at redhat.com
Mon Sep 22 10:53:34 EDT 2014

You can do a similar technique. Load a file in your deployment via getResource on a clasloader. Then you will get a VFS uri. If you convert it to a URL and call openContent on it you will get a VFS VirtualFile, and then using that you can browse anything int he deployment.

On Sep 22, 2014, at 9:29 AM, Thomas Segismont <tsegismo at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> In RHQ I need a way to list my domain classes at runtime (when preparing 
> the CLI environment for execution, but that's another story).
> In the past, for the same issue with another project, I did something 
> like looking for the persistence.xml file in the classpath and then scan 
> the JAR where it is found.
> I wonder if there's something I could re-use from our EAP6.3-alpha base. 
> Any idea?
> Thanks,
> Thomas
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Jason T. Greene
WildFly Lead / JBoss EAP Platform Architect
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