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From Eran Chinthaka <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] How to log traces on the server side ?
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2007 05:49:38 GMT
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If you are fine with using System.out statements, then make sure you
start Tomcat with catalina run.

Rather than invoking startup.bat/sh goto bin folder and type
catalina.bat/sh run. You will be able to see your system.out messages.

Stephane Roy wrote:
> Hi,
> This must be a newbie question, anyway...
> I have an Axis2.1.2 web service deployed in Tomcat5.5. I would like to
> log some traces from my server for debug purposes. So in the code, I wrote:
> ...
> System.out.println("my debug trace");
> ...
> The problem is that I don't see these traces anywhere.
> I activated the logging mechanism for Axis2.1.2 and an axis2.log file is
> indeed created when Axis2 is started in Tomcat, but my traces are not
> logged into it.
> How can I put some traces in my source code to be able to debug my web
> service ?
> Is there a tutorial somewhere for this ?
> I searched the Web and found this tutorial 'How to Debug a Web Service?'
> ( However I don't use Eclipse, so this is
> not helping much.
> Thanks in advance.
> Stephane Roy
> Alcatel-Lucent
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