I believe you want to use ContextRelativeResource. See:

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 6:43 AM, Eyal Golan <egola...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I've been looking for an answer but couldn't find it.
> We have a page that adds an image:
> add(new Image("iconImage", new Model(imageResourceReference)));
> The problem is with the ResourceReference.
> I found only one option for the location of the image file. The location
> should be next to a class so I could do something like:
>        final ResourceReference resourceReference = new
> ResourceReference(EntityBrowserPage.class, "img/myIcon.png");
> All of our images are located under 'images' folder, which is under webapp.
> Is it possible to get a ResourceReference from there.
> We don't want to duplicate our images.
> Thanks
> Eyal Golan
> egola...@gmail.com
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