|Constructor and Description|
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
If there exists a property with the name matching constructor param resourceAttr, then load that file, run it through the xmlrules module and return an object encapsulating those rules.
Open the specified resource file (ie a file in the classpath, including being within a jar in the classpath), run it through the xmlrules module and return an object encapsulating those rules.
public RuleLoader findLoader(Digester d, Class<?> pluginClass, Properties p) throws PluginException
If there is no matching property provided, then just return null.
The returned object (when non-null) will add the selected rules to the digester whenever its addRules method is invoked.
d- The digester instance where locating plugin classes
pluginClass- The plugin Java class
p- The properties object that holds any xml attributes the user may have specified on the plugin declaration in order to indicate how to locate the plugin rules.
PluginException- if the algorithm finds a source of rules, but there is something invalid about that source.
public static RuleLoader loadRules(Digester d, Class<?> pluginClass, InputStream is, String resourceName) throws PluginException
d- is the digester into which rules will eventually be loaded.
pluginClass- is the class whose xml params the rules are parsing.
is- is where the xmlrules will be read from, and must be non-null.
resourceName- is a string describing the source of the xmlrules, for use in generating error messages.
PluginException- if any error occurs
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