I was doing a comparative study between calling a program from ProgramCall,
ProgramCallDocument, and JDBC. For ProgramCallDocument, the needed PCML
resides in the same folder as the .class file.
In Eclipse, how to I add the PCML file as a resource, so it can be bundled
with the class files into an exported JAR? I manually put the file into
folder. But when exporting to a JAR, it is not recognized as a resource.
Also, Eclipse likes to separate source (src folder) from compiled (bin
folder) objects. Is it a good practice to add the bin folder to the package
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