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From Boris Niyazov <>
Subject Re: [tc3.3] configuring logging
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2001 05:07:57 GMT
Read JSP spec. You should use application.log(...) in your JSP pages.

* Boris Niyazov                Ph:  212-854-4094  Fax: 212-854-1749 *
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* Columbia Law School          URL:     *

>I have a few questions about Tomcat3.3 server.xml configuration, and
>logging in particular. 
>First, is there *any* documentation of the various server.xml tags? A
>DTD perhaps? One of the nicest things about tc4.0 is how clean and
>obvious server.xml has become. By contrast, 3.3 is a mess, littered with
>references to Interceptors, and odd tags like: <SessionExpirer
>checkInterval="60" />.
>Second, is there any magic tag that will let me log stderr and stdout to
>a file?
>Third (and this may be a bug), what happens to log() messages within
>JSPs? If I have a JSP:
><% log("This is logged with log()"); %>
>and run it, the output doesn't appear in logs/*, or on stdout/stderr..
>is it being lost?

                                      - Boris

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