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From "Jacob Kjome" <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: multiple web application in same web container using different log4j configuration
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2008 15:09:39 GMT
You have one of two choices.

1.  Put Log4j in a parent classloader where all apps can see it and use a 
repository selector, usually based on JNDI.
2.  Don't put log4j in a parent classloader.  Only put it in WEB-INF/lib for 
each webapp.  And put log4j.xml in WEB-INF/classes for each webapp.  Since 
none of the webapps will be using the same log4j instance, they will each use 
a separate logger repository.

BTW, you do realize that Log4j-1.3 is not an official version of Log4j and 
development has ceased in favor of further development of Logj4-1.2.xx along 
with Log4j companions for some Log4j-1.3 specific functionality?


On Thu, 28 Feb 2008 15:16:15 +0100
  "Andreas Grund" <andreas.grund@valtech.de> wrote:
> Hi Mailinglist,
> I have several web applications running in the same container. I want to 
> use different log4j config files for them, but I have problems to do so. 
> The problem is, that every time just one web application is logging. I use 
> the weblogic 8.1 application server and log4j 1.3. What do I have to do to 
> activate logging for every web application or isn´t it possible?
> Thanks for your help!
> Greetings,
> Andreas
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