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From "James Stauffer" <stauffer.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Introduction
Date Thu, 22 Mar 2007 17:16:43 GMT
A few lines of the log file might be helpful.  BTW no included log4j
appenders create files with random names so if log4j is creating that
it is using a custom appender.

On 3/22/07, Jim.McEvoy@bull.com <Jim.McEvoy@bull.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> My name is Jim McEvoy and I am a recent addition to the log4j user list.
> Like all people who come onto this forum, I have questions. Hopefully
> someday soon, I can provide answers as well.
> Is anyone on this list familiar with Jdeveloper, and if so I have a
> question as pertains to log files. We recently deployed a web application
> and it correctly populates a log to the J2EE/Home/log area. However,
> everytime someone logs into the app, another system generated log file is
> created. The format of the file is BC34t4f42BCD, the letters and numbers
> between BC and BCD are random. In the file, appears to be data as to what
> is happening with the struts maybe? It shows who is using the app, what
> views in the model they are calling, etc.
> Can anyone help me out with figuring out what sort of file this is, where
> it comes from, and how I can change where it is logged to? Currently, it
> shows up in J2EE/Home and I'd like to change it to another directory.
> Jim McEvoy
> Systems Integrator
> Bull Services
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