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The return value of getResourceAsStream() seems to be null, which means the resource could not be found. What's your output for the following shell command?
Note: replace <yourjarfile> by the path to your JAR file.
jar -tf <yourjarfile>
Hi I think try to give
The jar -tf command shows that it's packaging up the folder above too. So the file isn't found because it's at /hss/hss/app/images/mappings.txt
Weird. It's not doing it on Windows, I'm sure I've checked the code out the same way and it's under netbeans in both. Slightly different versions of netbeans though.