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Subject: file location - windows vista

I have an application using log4j and in the past I have just specified log4j.appender.file.File logfilename.log This would create the file in the location where the java app was launched. This wa

Advantages of using static log methods vs sub classes methods

The loggers instance are being generated from a factory pattern in a j2ee aplication and implements the log methods from wrapper class. Rather then calling default logging methods from Logger (Catago

Subject: Re: Advantages of using static log methods vs sub classes methods

A wrapper class (if you use something I suggest that you use something that is has been well-tested like commons-logging instead of writing your own) allows you to switch logger implementations but pr

Subject: Advantages of using static log methods vs sub classes methods

Hi I am comparing the advantages and disadvantages using log4j at its own vs some sub classes (or wrapper classes) with methods for logging messages from application. Which one is better and why

Subject: When I click on mail-archives.apache.org for log4j-user I see the log4j-dev.

Hi I think there is a error in the link for mail-archives.apache.org log4j-user here http //logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/mail-lists.html When I click on mail-archives.apache.org for log4j-user I

JUL Bridge Question

On 09/11/2007 at 11 18 AM Joshua ChaitinPollak wrote > The JUL Log4j bridge has been working great for us but I 'm > wondering doesn 't it set the JUL root level logging to FINEST? If > that

JUL Bridge Question

The JUL Log4j bridge has been working great for us but I 'm wondering doesn 't it set the JUL root level logging to FINEST? If that is the case what if some 3rd party library has code like if (

Subject: Re: Trouble Referencing An XML Config File

PropertyConfigurator only reads property files. To read an xml config you need to use the DOMConfigurator. Another option would allow log4j to statically initialize itself (your config file needs to b

Subject: Trouble Referencing An XML Config File

I need to send all of my Log4J output to STDERR instead of STDOUT. As far as I can tell the only way to do this involves the following steps 1. Use a log4j.xml file instead of a log4j.properties f

Logging with rules

Do we have any db logging configuration with specific emiting rules? Thank DT www.ejinz.com Search Trades

Subject: RE: Question: How a Receiver may write to different Receiver tabs in Chainsa

Events are routed to tabs based on content of the events themselves. There is a default 'tab identifier ' (defined in application-wide preferences) which controls how events are initially routed to ta

Subject: Re: Production configuration

On 08/11/2007 at 2 18 AM Phillip Mills wrote > Thanks I 'll try. I hadn 't discovered that as an option. > actually the most efficient way is to get the LoggerRepository object and set that th

Subject: Question: How a Receiver may write to different Receiver tabs in Chainsaw

Hello i wrote a custom logfile parser. Now i would lie to open a tab in Chainsaw like the SocketHubReceiver does. The SocketHubReceiver opens a receiver tab its name is the server-name. I would li

Subject: Re: 2 FileAppenders with the same file name

I 't in the "extras " companion package which should work with Log4j-1.2.9 or later (and possibly 1.2.8 as well). See... http //logging.apache.org/log4j/companions/extras/ http //logging.apache.org/

Subject: Re: Production configuration

Thanks I 'll try. I hadn 't discovered that as an option. (Follow-up Is there complete documentation or a DTD for log4j XML configuration available?) On 11/7/07 Matthew Kemp <mattkemp@(protected) > w

Subject: Re: Production configuration

Did you try setting the level of the root logger/all loggers to OFF? On Nov 7 2007 8 03 AM Phillip Mills <pmills@(protected) > wrote > For performance reasons I would like to disable log4j logg

Subject: Production configuration

For performance reasons I would like to disable log4j logging entirely in a Java EE application but I haven 't stumbled on the magic formula yet. I 've taken the approach of removing appenders from t

Subject: RE: 2 FileAppenders with the same file name

Thanks Curt It looks exactly what I need (hope) Where I can find this org.apache.log4j.rolling ? I downloaded apache-log4j-1.2.15 but didn 't find this project in it. Yana On Nov 7 2007 at 5 30

Subject: Re: 2 FileAppenders with the same file name

On Nov 7 2007 at 5 30 AM Begun Yana wrote > Hi > > I am looking to the way to use functionality of the both > DayRollingFileAppender and RollingFileAppender for the same logger. Is > it OK to

Subject: 2 FileAppenders with the same file name

Hi I am looking to the way to use functionality of the both DayRollingFileAppender and RollingFileAppender for the same logger. Is it OK to create 2 different appenders with the same file name and

Subject: Re: log.info prints exceptios

On Nov 6 2007 at 2 12 AM Amnon Lahav wrote > thanks for your detailed answer curt that was my mistake i was > under the > impression that treshold specifies the only level which will be >

Subject: Question: Chainsaw usage

Hello i 'm using C/C++ and wrote a logmessage-deccoder to have my logmessage inside Chainsaw. I would like to make now a quicklink from a logmessage in Chainsaw this way When i double-click on a lo

Subject: Re: log.info prints exceptios

thanks for your detailed answer curt that was my mistake i was under the impression that treshold specifies the only level which will be printed out . if i understand right from what i 've read in o

Subject: Re: log.info prints exceptios

On Nov 5 2007 at 4 11 PM Amnon Lahav wrote > > when exceptions are thrown from within the info try catch they > still get printed out in the info log and not in the warn the > wanr allso p

Subject: Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files

hey James No prob but i just make some changes in Log4j.properties file and its working fine now Appreciate your help Jimmy James A. N. Stauffer wrote > > I don 't use a properties config file

Subject: log.info prints exceptios

Hi i 've configured a log per level info.log warn.log error.log and put them in the correct places (or so i tough) and for some reason info prints exceptions allso log4j.threshold ALL log4j.rootLo

Subject: Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files

I don 't use a properties config file but that looks correct to me. On 11/5/07 Jimmy Mehta <jmehta@(protected) > wrote > > > Hey James > > Thank you so much and i appreciate your help i ma pl

Subject: Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files

Hey James Thank you so much and i appreciate your help i ma playing with log4j.properties file i didnt touch JAVA file but now i am able to get job messages to diffrent file and org to different

Subject: Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files

http //logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/manual.html shows an example for the logger "com.foo " *log4j.logger.com.foo WARN* On 11/5/07 Jimmy Mehta <jmehta@(protected) > wrote > > > Hey James > >

Subject: Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files

Hey James Thank you so much for your mail...i get your suggestion but i am still not sure how to attach appender to the Job package or user Package or Address Package because i know this thing that
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