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From "Anil K. Vijendran" <>
Subject Re: Debugging........
Date Mon, 08 Nov 1999 22:16:07 GMT
If logging is what you guys are interested in, there's a very simple logging
facility atleast for JSPs. You can configure the init-param jspVerbosityLevel
for JspServlet to get lots of output from the JSP engine. For example, add this
to the web.xml file of the context that you are interested in:



Cris Perdue wrote:

> > i am sorry if this has been discussed before.
> > has there been any decision/discussion to add servlet debugging facility.
> >
> Don't know about discussion here, but I've found it quite helpful to
> have various flags, for example per-class, in a Servlet engine, that
> turn on logging of various routine information by the engine itself.  I
> have a farily general-purpose servlet control panel to turn these on and
> off.
> I've found logging of request, headers, response headers, and
> specifically cookie information particularly helpful.
> I would be happy to contribute code that uses reflection to turn flags
> on and off.  If Jakarta configuration is very dynamic, that could be
> another way to go.
> --
> Cris Perdue
> Impact Online, Inc.
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Peace, Anil +<:-)

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