Mailing List
Home
Forum Home
Maven - Project building tool
Axis - Java SOAP implementation
Lucene - Full-featured text search engine APIs
Cocoon - MVC web framework based on XML/XSL
Fop - Create PDF, PCL, PS, SVG, XML driven by XSL formatting objects.
Log4J - A log library
POI - Java Excel, Word and other Microsoft Office files manipulating library
Oracle database error code ...
Subjects
log4j warning: No appenders could be found
java security AccessControlException: access denied (java io FilePermission clie
java lang InstantiationException: org apache tools ant Main
Apache Axis Tutorial
Subject: Struts <logic iterate >
log4j properties How to parse outpu to multiple files
configuring log4j with BEA Weblogic 8 1
How to use XSL FOP Java together
JSP precompile
Proposal: Adding jar manifest classpath in jar and war plugins
Servlet File Download dialog problem (IE6,Adobe 6 0)
java security AccessControlException: access denied (java io FilePermission
Unsupported major minor version 48 0 problem while running the an
   telope task
Subject: axis wsdl2java Ant Task usage
net sf hibernate MappingException: Error reading resource: test/User hbm xml
Building EAR ANT Script for websphere 5 0
CREATING WAR Files
Classpath problem
jsp data into Excel
Jboss 3 2 3+ vs Tomcat Axis Question
RE: How to include jars and add them into the MANIFEST MF/Class Path
attribute
Printing problem
Subject: InstantiationException
Couldn 't find trusted certificate
Please : How can one install ant 1 6 0 under Eclipse 2 1 ?
Excel: Too many different cell formats
Subject: AXIS: tomcat timeout ?
1 3 final: now giving me java io FileNotFoundException (Too many
open files)
XDoclet, Struts and Maven: Where to start? SOLUTION
Subject: Running junit tests fails
 
Log4J
Page 6 of 122 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 10   Next 100  

Subject: Re: Create multiple appenders objects

When creating appenders programatically you need to do something like calling activateOptions(). You will probably find that using a config file works much better. On 10/11/07 Julio S. G. <juliosg@

Subject: Create multiple appenders objects

Hi I 'm trying to create several appenders and unfortunately it 's not working. To create the objects I 'm using something like new DailyRollingFileAppender() with corrects parameters. Then I create th

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

On Oct 11 2007 at 4 36 PM Matthew Kemp wrote > @(protected) > > Is the initial call to Logger.getLogger( "foo ") expensive or is > every call to > Logger.getLogger( "foo ") expensive? > Each call at lea

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

@Curt Is the initial call to Logger.getLogger( "foo ") expensive or is every call to Logger.getLogger( "foo ") expensive? On 10/11/07 Curt Arnold <carnold@apache.org > wrote > > > On Oct 11 2007 at 2

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

On Oct 11 2007 at 2 47 PM orko wrote > Thanks for the reply. I have tried this but unfortunately it did > not work. May be I am doing something wrong. A sample of my > approach is given bel

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

First I 'd make this minor change to your log4j config - to avoid double logging <logger name "test.first.Another.main " > <!-- I 'm not sure about TRACE support maybe you should try DEBUG or ALL -- >

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

Thanks for the reply. I have tried this but unfortunately it did not work. May be I am doing something wrong. A sample of my approach is given below. Regards Orko <logger name "test.first.Another

Subject: Re: method level logger, possible?

One solution (although I 'm not sure about the performance impacts) would be to create loggers that are children of the class logger. For example if you had a class 'Bar ' in package 'foo ' the your log

Subject: method level logger, possible?

Hi all I am trying to implement log4j for my application. I can set the logger to class level. But is it possible to set logger for a particular method under a class (I/user may not need to view all

Subject: RE: One appender on different loggers?

Yes you can. But be aware that at runtime it is the same instance of the appender. So you can 't configure it differently. Heri > -----Original Message----- > From Preuss Jacqueline - ENCOWAY [mail

Subject: One appender on different loggers?

Hi all! Is it possible to have the same appender (f.ex. DailyRollingFileAppender) for different loggers. So that appender A can be assigned to logger 1 and logger 2 at the same time? If yes how c

Subject: Re: Logging from java 5 dynamic proxy - method name within LocationInformati

Ok I found out what can happen when just using "indexOf " - when the logger class appears two times in a row the logged method again is wrong (the one of the second entry). I am already using a cusom

Subject: Logging from java 5 dynamic proxy - method name within LocationInformation

Hi Im trying to use log4j with proxy classes and had the problem that I got the wrong method name within logging output when a classname exists more than one time within the stacktrace of the locati

Subject: AW: Problem with renaming files

Hi. > Have you upgraded to log4j-1.2.15? That should eliminate the loss of > earlier messages on a failed rename. I upgraded but on a failed rename the log file is overwritten... > Then you need t

Subject: Re: Problem with renaming files

Have you upgraded to log4j-1.2.15? That should eliminate the loss of earlier messages on a failed rename. Then you need to figure out why the rename is failing. Are each of your web application

Subject: Problem with renaming files

Hi! I read a lot about the problem we have but I didn 't get a satisfied answer for my problem. So maybe you can help me. The current situation is that we use a Tomcat which hosts different we

Subject: Re: Location of Log4J file in web application

I think you 've got -) Jake At 08 57 AM 10/9/2007 you wrote >Hi >Thanks for the reply so just let me know if i understood it correctly >in myfirstwebapp i will have log4j.xml file as > <param

Subject: Re: add new action to Chainsaw

Feel free to modify the source and suggest a patch back for review and consideration. There 's no _real_ reason that they 're package level other than a philosophical one that I usually start every

Subject: add new action to Chainsaw

Hi there I found chainsaw satisfies most our requirements as a logger viewer and filter. But we have additional function which asks to do log message strings manuplation to show the results in t

Subject: RE: Problem in viewing the text format log4j file in chainsaw

Hi You need to use the LogFilePatternReceiver to view text files. I have this working using a file on the local machine and a file loaded in a server remotely (mod the fileURL to point out there). Fi

Subject: Using JNDI in addition to system properties

Hello I need something like the default xml configurator but with the ability to use jndi (for example all name value pairs from java comp/env/log4j) in addition to system properties. I think I can

Subject: Problem in viewing the text format log4j file in chainsaw

Hi all I am new to chainsaw. I want to use it for text log4j files. I tried loading the file using reciever file pattern but not able to see them properly. I could not find help for the text format

Subject: Re: Location of Log4J file in web application

Hi Thanks for the reply so just let me know if i understood it correctly in myfirstwebapp i will have log4j.xml file as <param name "File " value "${myfirstwebapp}\\log4jXmlFilter.log " / > and in conte

Subject: Re: Location of Log4J file in web application

At 01 12 PM 10/8/2007 you wrote > >http //java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/lang/System.html#setPrope >rty(java.lang.String %20java.lang.String) > >Jake I guess I forgot to answer your sec

Subject: Re: Location of Log4J file in web application

http //java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/lang/System.html#setProperty(java.lang.String %20java.lang.String) Jake On Mon 8 Oct 2007 12 13 49 -0400 "Ashish Kulkarni " <ashish.kulkarni13@(protected)

Subject: Re: Location of Log4J file in web application

Hi I was also thinking along to way but how did you set up System property in java for example if in my log4j.xml file i set <param name "File " value "${mywebapp}\\log4jXmlFilter.log " / > and in the S

Subject: Re: logweb-3.0 released

It 's been very useful to me in over the years. Glad to see the new version! One question though. Does it support choosing the logger repository to configure or does it only support the default l

Subject: Re: Need help with database logging for JDK 1.1.8

This is clearly a classpath issue and has nothing to do with Log4j. you don 't reference TestJDBCLogging in your Log4j config file. All it has is a static main() method to run arbitrary code. T

Subject: JDBCAppender binary for JDK 1.1.x

Hi Which log4j binary should I use for database logging to work with JDK 1.1.x? Awaiting your replies... Ravi

Subject: Need help with database logging for JDK 1.1.8

Dear friends Need help with logging logs into database using JDK 1.1.8. Please read through my .java and properties file attached below. Also please note this application works well with JDK 1.5. I
Page 6 of 122 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 10   Next 100