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From "Kevin Jones" <kev...@develop.com>
Subject RE: log4j warnings
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2001 07:48:30 GMT
> BTW, as no directories are mentionned in the log4j properties file for
> location of output log files, they will go where each side of the
> application is started :
> - the client side log is located, as you said, in the directory from where
> you started the test
> - the server side log is located in the directory from where you
> started the
> server.

That's interesting. I'm seeing the server log file where I start the test
(although that could be considered the same as the directory where I started
the server, it's where I run the ant script), and no client log file at all!

> You cant try :
> * to set the debug mode on log4j : log4j.debug=true (in the
> cactus_server.log properties file). It will generate a debug log file.
> * to browse the log4j archive as this seems related to log4j and if you
> don't the answer post the question on the log4j user list
>
> However, I believe that once you have log4j debugging on, it will
> be easier
> to find out what's wrong.
> Thanks

Thanks Vincent, I'll try these,

Kevin Jones
Developmentor
www.develop.com




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