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Re: [equinox-dev] Accessing ResourceBundles from a bundle


From looking at the ResourceBundle class, ResourceBundle.getBundle(String) will use the context class loader of the caller to locate the resource bundle. This means it will use the classloader of the bundle which loaded the class which defines the method which calls ResourceBundle.getBundle(String).

So if the class which defines the method comes from a different bundle (imported package) than the resource, the resource probably will not be located.

BJ Hargrave
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"Pascal Rapicault" <Pascal_Rapicault@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Hi,


Is there any knwon problem using the java API   ResourceBundle.getResourceBundle(String baseName) from the code of a bundle?

It does not work in the implementation that I have.


       PaScaL