Hi,

Or simply create a finder that:

1- Do your default logic
2- Contains the finders on getResourceFinders()
3- You use setResourceFinders to set this unique resource finder (that
simply delegates n standard finder if your custom logic fails)

On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 12:17 PM, Bas Gooren <b...@iswd.nl> wrote:

> Hi Marieke,
>
> I see that ResourceSettings exposes method getResourceFinders() which
> returns a List.
> Assuming that’s where you register your custom finder, isn’t the easy
> solution to simply add it to the top of the list?
>
> E.g. add(0, yourFinder) instead of add(yourFinder)?
>
>
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> Kind regards,
>
> Bas
>
> Op 11 februari 2016 bij 12:11:46, Marieke Vandamme (
> marieke.vanda...@tvh.com) schreef:
>
> ​Hi,
>
> ​We work with an extra ResourceFinder a lot, so that we can modify html
> when webapplication is already running.
> Now I want to change the html from a library, but the html is still in the
> library. I can not remove it from there.. Is there some way I can override
> this existing html, without removing it from the library? Something like
> defining a ResourceFinder as the first to look from?
> Thanks for any help ! Kind Regards, Marieke Vandamme
>
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