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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35728] - getResponseBody always logs messages
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2005 07:37:43 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From incoming@jillesvangurp.com  2005-07-15 09:37 -------
> 
> Let me repeat: if you want HttpClient to be totally silent, then disable
> HttpClient logging. By default, messages with a level higher than "INFO"
> will be logged. Just switch them off unless you debug. This default comes
> from the logging component you use, not from HttpClient. We can't change
> it for you.
> 

I know I can work around this bug by writing extra code or by imposing
additional configuration on my sysadmins (who are generally clueless about such
things).In fact all my programs include a "shut up httpclient section". My point
is that I shouldn't have to do that. I use dozens of libraries (including lots
of apache stuff), httpclient is the only one to abuse my log in this way. No
production software should have this kind of warnings. 

The default comes from another fine apache product by the way, tomcat. I have no
wish to change it (sensible default) since life is hard enough already for the
sysadmins.

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