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From Stephen Westbom <swest...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Commons -Logging and Log4J
Date Fri, 21 Mar 2003 00:16:27 GMT
I bet you are not putting the commons-logging and log4j jar files in the web
app's lib directory in the deployment.  The server's class loaders just don't
see your configuration file.

--- Thomas Lionel SMETS <tsmets@brutele.be> wrote:
> Why don't youpost the config file + the directory structure so we 
> cangive them a look ;-)
> Thomas,
> 
> Jagadeesan,Sivakumar wrote:
> > 
> >  
> > 
> >     Hi All:
> >      
> >     I am using commons logging and Log 4 J in my web app that is
> >     deployed in Tomcat.
> >     I have commons-logging point to Log4 J and I have the Log4J
> >     configuration file. But for some reason commons logging instead of
> >     using Log4J it using the default logger and logging only in my
> >     console, not in the files that I have defined in my Log4J
> >     configuration file
> >      
> >     --Siva Jagadeesan
> > 
> > 
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> -- 
> Thomas SMETS
> SCJP2 - Brussels
> 
> http://tsmets.lautre.net
> 
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