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Subject: Re: log4j.xml location issue

At 12 04 PM 9/4/2007 you wrote > >Hello > >I have the files commons-logging.properties log4j.dtd and log4j.xml >in the root of my eclipse proyect. If I create a jar file with them >inside a

Subject: Re: How do I keep loggers from loging to stdout

You could try adding log4j.additivity.java.sql false. Please let us know if that works. Lowell On 9/4/07 Warren <warren@(protected) > wrote > I am trying to keep my SQL logger from logging

Subject: How do I keep loggers from loging to stdout

I am trying to keep my SQL logger from logging to the stdout in Tomcat. I still want Tomcat logging to go to stdout. How do I do this? Here is my property file # Console output... log4j.appender.s

Subject: log4j.xml location issue

Hello I have the files commons-logging.properties log4j.dtd and log4j.xml in the root of my eclipse proyect. If I create a jar file with them inside all the log works properly. But I don?t want

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

On Tue 4 Sep 2007 10 03 52 +0200 dirk ooms <dirk@(protected) > wrote > Thanks guys for all the useful information. I opted for introducing the >slf4j > layer since > 1. it had the least impac

log4j alpha

On Sep 4 2007 at 9 18 AM Sergiu Bivol wrote > We 're using the JNDI Data source with the DbAppender in 1.3 alpha > but since > this branch is dead now is there a way to use them in 1.2.*? > >

log4j alpha

We 're using the JNDI Data source with the DbAppender in 1.3 alpha but since this branch is dead now is there a way to use them in 1.2.*? Thanks Sergiu -----Original Message----- From Curt Arnold

Subject: RollingFileAppender 's and renameTo issue: status and suggestions

(Hello. It 's the first time I post here. I hope it 's the correct place to put my request. If it 's not the case please accept my apologies and tell me where it should go (e.g. log4j-dev or bugzilla).)

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Thanks guys for all the useful information. I opted for introducing the slf4j layer since 1. it had the least impact on my existing 1.3 code adapt import statements and a replacement of Logger.get

Subject: Re: Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Hi ! Putting the properties in the classpath was the first thing I provide to.. Thank you very much for the information. Sandy Jacob Kjome wrote > > > Did you literally put "/lib/log4j.proper

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

On Sep 3 2007 at 3 51 PM Ceki Gulcu wrote > > Curt Arnold wrote > > As Scott mentioned the extras companion contains two utility > > classes to support parameterized logging LogSF and LogMF.

Chainsaw V2 help

log4j 1.2.9 is quite old perhaps not serialization compatible with the version embedded in Chainsaw. Can you upgrade the version of your application using log4j to use at least 1.2.12? On 03/09/

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Scott Deboy wrote > What about the option of adding support for messageFormat in logger itself in a future release? > > (which release?) I think it 's a good idea. -- Ceki G?lc? Logback The re

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Curt Arnold wrote > As Scott mentioned the extras companion contains two utility classes to > support parameterized logging LogSF and LogMF. LogSF uses the log4j > 1.3 message patterns (curly b

log4j alpha

On Sep 3 2007 at 12 51 AM Daniel Rossi wrote > Hi thanks i reverted to 1.2 with the extras however im now getting > these errors > > log4j WARN Continuable parsing error 58 and column 76 > lo

Chainsaw V2 help

Hi I have a similar issue. If the Socket appender RemoteHost is the local host Chainsaw V2 receives all the messages. But if I specify a remote host for the Socket appender it does not receives

Subject: Re: Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Did you literally put "/lib/log4j.properties " in the classpath or did you just put the lib directory that contains log4j.properties in the classpath? Only the latter would be valid. The former is

Subject: Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Hi! I 'm a newbee with Log4J.. Well.. I 'm working with Sun One Java System Application Server v.8.1 I have a properties file and the script in java with an hashtable who loads the values..then

Subject: RE: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

What about the option of adding support for messageFormat in logger itself in a future release? (which release?) Scott Deboy -----Original Message----- From Curt Arnold [mailto carnold@(protected)

log4j alpha

Hi thanks i reverted to 1.2 with the extras however im now getting these errors log4j WARN Continuable parsing error 58 and column 76 log4j WARN Element type "rollingPolicy " must be declared. log4

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

On Sep 2 2007 at 3 13 PM dirk ooms wrote > Hi > > i was using log4j 1.3 but i am moving back to 1.2.15 now. i often > used the > {} symbols in my log statements e.g. logger.info( "blahblah

log4j alpha

On Sep 2 2007 at 11 00 PM Daniel Rossi wrote > Hi there ive been developing upon log4j alpha 1.3 for quite a > while to use some new features. I believe it is now a dead branch. > What am i

log4j alpha

Hi there ive been developing upon log4j alpha 1.3 for quite a while to use some new features. I believe it is now a dead branch. What am i suppose to be using I need the new org.apache.log4j.r

Subject: RE: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Yes in the extras library you 'll find LogMF and LogSF. You make static calls on LogMF or LogSF directly passing in the logger. I think we can integrate these methods into logger itself in an upcom

Subject: Re: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Hi Dirk Have you considered using the SLF4J API? It supports log4j 1.2 as well as other logging systems. Moreover you would not need to change your code since SLF4J supports parameterized syntax y

Subject: 1.3 {} notation available in 1.2.x?

Hi i was using log4j 1.3 but i am moving back to 1.2.15 now. i often used the {} symbols in my log statements e.g. logger.info( "blahblah {} " value) 1.2.x does not seem to understand this. is

Subject: Re: Apache log4j 1.2.15 and Apache log4j-extras 1.0 released

Curt congratulations with the release ! Unfortunately your mail client seems to have word-wrapped all lines around 76 characters. Here are working url 's http //logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2 htt

Subject: Apache log4j 1.2.15 and Apache log4j-extras 1.0 released

The Logging Services project is pleased to announce the release of Apache log4j 1.2.15. Apache log4j 1.2.15 is a maintenance release of log4j 1.2 (http // logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2). The list o

Subject: Re: Centralized logging for distributed loggers.

> >Folks > > > >My team is investigating Log4j 's ability to direct many server 's > logging > >data to a single/central server for presentation and analysis. Been > >looking at Socket and JMSAppend

Subject: RE: Centralized logging for distributed loggers.

At 04 08 PM 8/28/2007 you wrote >For gui with filtering look at chainsaw I recommend. You would have to >extend it a little but it is a good start. V1.3+ has a better gui tool >as well > I 'm no
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