|You could load your property file using the ResourceBundle API and then
pass the resulting Properties object to PropertyConfigurator.
From Troy Davis [maiHello
I sent this message last week but haven 't seen any responses. Would
anyone please point me in the right direction?
I 've been trying to get log4j to load my properties
James is correct. For Log4j wrappers all you need to do is pass the
FQCN of your class to the logger method that takes it. You absolutely
do not and should not modify Log4j to achieve this. FJon Friis wrote
> I have a problem with log4j and commons-logging which i really hope anybody
> can help me with.
> Windows 2000 Apache Tomcat 6.0 JRE 1.6.0_02 log4j-1.2.1Hello
Have you considered trying SLF4J?
The least invasive scenario would be to replace commons-logging.jar with
jcl104-over-slf4j-1.4.2.jar slf4j-api-1.4.2.jar and
slf4j-log4j12-1.4.2.jar - so you '
On 26/10/2007 at 5 26 AM Joshua ChaitinPollak wrote
> So avoiding my earlier question I enabled the jul bridge using
> JULLog4jBridge.assimilate() but it seems to set all JUL logging
On 26/10/2007 at 4 57 AM Joshua ChaitinPollak wrote
> I 'm trying to try out the jul-log4j bridge but I 'm not sure if it
> is possible to enable in from within log4j.properties rathI don 't think you need to change log4j code to achieve that.
On 10/25/07 orko <orko_147@(protected) > wrote
> Thanks for the feedback. I am still not sure exactly how it is working but I made it workThanks for the feedback. I am still not sure exactly how it is working but I made it work. For future reference I am explaining what I did.
In the category.java file there is a variable called FQCN.So avoiding my earlier question I enabled the jul bridge using
JULLog4jBridge.assimilate() but it seems to set all JUL logging at
TRACE level. Could this be because I called .assimilate() befoIf you wrap calls to log4j you need to make a special call so it will
get that info correctly. I don 't know off hand what that call is.
On 10/25/07 orko <orko_147@(protected) > wrote
> Hi every onHello
I 'm trying to try out the jul-log4j bridge but I 'm not sure if it is
possible to enable in from within log4j.properties rather than
programmatically. Our project configures log4j with a I 'm not a 100% for sure about how log4j gets the class info but I believe
it retrieves the previous value from the stack.
So if your class/method that was performing logging was Foo/foo normally
th Hi every one
I am trying to replace my current logging system into log4j. There is a logging object (logging.java) which acts as a layer between logging system and my application so that other devHello
I have a problem with log4j and commons-logging which i really hope anybody
can help me with.
Windows 2000 Apache Tomcat 6.0 JRE 1.6.0_02 log4j-1.2.15 commons-logging
annd i am usin%t probably calls Thread.toString() so it wouldn 't have any impact on
the thread number being included. It should still include the thread
On 10/24/07 anurak <anurak_th@(protected) > wrote
I already used %t but thread number does not display in log file. Any
thanks in advance
View this message in context http //www.nabble.com/log4j-does-not-display-tah I forget about the other bit of code you need. Place this
somewhere before you initialize log4j
private final Object repositorySelectorGuard new Object()
final LoggerRepository rI 've set things up as specified on the site using the log4j.xml
<plugin name "julreceiver " class "org.apache.log4j.jul.JULReceiver " / >
was placed after the appender definitions.
HowWe are using option 3
calling configure with location of log4j config file + application specific
It 's working great.
All our webapps are using the same log4j config file but they 're logOptions (roughly decreasing recommendations)
1. Move to a share location like tomcat/common/classes
2. Set a system property to give the path to log4j.properties (I
forgot the name)
3. Explicitly calHello
I 've been trying to get log4j to load my properties file from
somewhere other than WEB-INF/classes mostly because eclipse clears
out this directory when I choose Project - > Clean. I 've trYou can enter Chainsaw bugs by entering the bug against log4j and
choosing the Chainsaw subcategory on the issue creation page.
Chainsaw supports per-tab settings which are stored in
thanks alot Paul this was very helpful!
Where can i enter Bugs about Chainsaw? I see there is no Chainsaw in
http //issues.apache.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi (
This userlist is maybe tIt depends on what you are asking for? If you are asking for a single
logger repository to span multiple JVM 's then no. That 's not possible.
But if you are asking for some way to keep the two c
On 24/10/2007 at 1 53 AM Curt Arnold wrote
> On Oct 23 2007 at 8 22 AM David R Robison wrote
> > We have an application that uses log4j as its logger. However it
> > uses a third-party l
On Oct 23 2007 at 8 22 AM David R Robison wrote
> We have an application that uses log4j as its logger. However it
> uses a third-party library that uses java.util.logging. Is it
> possibleI 'm not super familiar with the java.util.logging but
java.util.logging.Handler is roughly equivalent to org.apache.log4j.Appender.
One option would be to create a custom Handler that repackages the
jWe have an application that uses log4j as its logger. However it uses a
third-party library that uses java.util.logging. Is it possible to get
the java.util.logging logger to log through log4j?
Tha I wish to change de logger properties while de server is running. I do
this by using setLevel(). The problem is that the server is a
cluster and I wish to change the logger level of all the runni|