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From "James Stauffer" <stauffer.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Adding multiple configuration files to log4j
Date Fri, 23 Jun 2006 13:23:42 GMT
Search for something called a RepositorSelector (or something like that).

On 6/23/06, jaikiran pai <jai_forums2005@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
> Hi,
>  Currently, i could not find a way to use add multiple files as configuration files for
log4j. Here's why i needed the same:
>
>  - I have a 3rd party application which uses log4j and has its configurations in log4j.xml
>  - I am integrating my application with the 3rd party application.
>  - My application also uses log4j and configures the same using say myAppLog4j.xml.
>  - I could have added(appended) my configurations to the log4j.xml used by the 3rd party
application
>  - But i would like to maintain both these configurations in 2 files.
>  - The way i tell log4j to configure using myAppLog4j.xml is by using:
>
> PropertyConfigurator.configure(Loader.getResource("myAppLog4j.xml"));
>   Using this will make log4j configure *only* through myAppLog4j.xml. It would be really
great, if we could have a API, something like:
>   addConfiguration(String fileName);
> or
> addConfiguration(File file);
> or maybe
> addConfiguration(Resource configResource);
>   All these APIs would add the config file to a collection which will maintain the configuration
files.
>   Log4j could then maintain a collection of configuration files to use for configuring
log4j.
>   Is this possible? Or currently is there some way through which i can do the same?
>
>
>   regards,
>   -Jaikiran
>
>
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