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From Trustin Lee <trus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ApacheDS] Clarification on logging and javaapp jar
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2005 01:47:28 GMT
I agree.

It would be great if we set up a default directory structure:

* <workdir>/conf - configuration
* <workdir>/schemas - schema files
* <workdir>/partitions - context partitions
* <workdir>/logs - logs

Trustin

2005/10/31, Nick Faiz <nick@atlassian.com>:
>
> Hi Alex,
>
> Alex Karasulu wrote:
>
> > If there are classes people would like to use in this main module then
> > we should break it up so there is a different artifact that is used
> > which does not package the log4j.properties file. Let me know if
> > anyone had this intention.
>
>
> I had in mind a general scenario when I specified log4j.properties in
> the exclude property. I thought that it was probably healthier to keep
> log4j.properties file out of jars. It should probably end up in a conf
> or directory, or something like that, for the standalone.
>
> With regards to the standalone configuration - I still haven't done it.
> I've been going through an incredibly busy period at work. I will see to
> it when thing quiet down (should be soon). If someone else can step in
> and do it I'm also happy to help in whatever way I can.
>
> > For the time being I have made sure the javaapp mega jar now includes
> > the log4j.properties file in it.
> >
> That works.
>
> Cheers,
> Nick
>
> > Alex
>
>
>
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