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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: Log4J remote administration
Date Fri, 13 May 2005 23:19:21 GMT

Look at the Log4j download page.  There's a section listing 3rd party 
extensions.  2 of these are Log4web and LogWeb.

The one in the sandbox is at...

I think there are others out there as well.  I wouldn't reinvent the wheel 
unless none of these do what you need.


At 10:46 AM 5/13/2005 +0200, you wrote:
 >For my current project we'll need some sort of web interface to
 >remotely administer and change log4j's configuration (log levels,
 >loggers). I saw several mention of such a need but couldn't find any
 >implementation (apparently there's something like this in the sandbox
 >but I couldn't find it). Is there something I could reuse or will I
 >have to start from scratch?
 >If I start from scratch I was hesitating between doing this using a
 >MBean or a simple webapp (that could either be included in an ear or
 >merged with another webapp). The MBean solution has some compelling
 >aspects but MBean deployments are usually very app-server specific
 >(won't produce your mbean package the same way when using Tomcat or
 >Weblogic). The webapp solution has the advantage of simplicity, it's
 >easy to install in any app server.
 >So any pointers, thought or opinions?
 >Thanks a lot.
 >P.S. Of course, if I come up with something correct and if you think
 >it could be interesting, this could be contributed to Log4J.
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