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From "Jacob Hookom" <hooko...@uwec.edu>
Subject RE: How do I...
Date Fri, 10 Jan 2003 18:48:03 GMT
To properly handle logging, you might want to check out log4j.org or
commons-logging.  It's one of the first things I setup for a project, it
makes debugging extremely smooth.

| -----Original Message-----
| From: Paul Yunusov [mailto:pyunusov@rogers.com]
| Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 12:35 PM
| To: Tomcat Users List
| Subject: Re: How do I...
| 
| On Friday 10 January 2003 01:18 pm, Dan Lipofsky wrote:
| > >
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.1-doc/config/context.html
| > >
| > > tells about using the Context element in server.xml to configure a
| > > webapp. Scroll down and note the Logger entry under Nested
Components.
| I
| > > hope this helps.
| >
| > I have the same question as Luc.
| > I set up a Context with a Logger inside.
| > Messages such as JSP compile errors go to the
| > Logger I set up, but messages that are printed
| > to System.out still show up in catalina.out.
| > I read the docs above but I don't see how to change this.
| > Thanks,
| > Dan
| 
| You can't do that individually for contexts, AFAIK. Use
| ServletContext.log()
| instead of System.out.println() to manage log output with
Context-specific
| Loggers.
| 
| You can change the destination of all System.out's for your entire
| Catalina
| engine if you edit catalina.sh.
| 
| System.out is whatever standard output Catalina is pointed at, and,
| respectively, System.err is whatever standard error output Catalina is
| pointed at. Standard output and standard error output are OS concepts
and
| they can be set to a file, console, etc. when running the actual
server
| startup command.
| 
| That command is a part of the catalina.sh script (and its Windows
| equivalent).
| Search that script for /logs/catalina.out and you will see the output
| streams' redirection in action.
| 
| The above is based on the assumption that you use Tomcat 4.1.x.
| 
| Paul
| 
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