Confirmed with my friend. It will fail to load your own log property file if you don't adding <hidden-classes> or <import-package> into your geronimo-web.xml.
Currently I don't know how to use the application's log property file without adding <hidden-classes> or <import-package>.But I know if you want to use one copy of log4j librarry in the server and share it with all application in the server, you can use the SharedLib feature.I mean use the <import-package> and SharedLib feature.I'm interesting to your problem, and continue to investigate the root cause.--2012/10/12 jcyim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm trying to use application specific log.
So I have followed instructions in geronimo manual pages.
but, I failed.
Geronimo never reads my applicaiton's log property file.
I have tried to use <hidden-classes> and/or <import-package>
but the result was same. it didn't work. I could not hide geronimos's
The only way I was successful is to include my log4j library files in my web
Even though, it was successful, I thinks that way is very unefficient
because every single wep application neet to include logj4j librarry in
can you please help me?
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