FileNotFoundException in RAD using WebSphere

Hi,
I am trying to parse a XML file using DOM parser using RAD as IDE using WebSphere server.
But when i give the relative path of the file, it tries to search it in the installation directory of RAD and throws file not found exception.
Please provide a solution for this.
Thx

RTFM or STFW

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