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From "Bliesner, Christopher P" <>
Subject RE: Tomcat question
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:12:30 GMT
thanks.   Unfortunately, if I setup each developer a different log, they still get the whole
logfile from Tomcat.  I believe that I would have to setup several virtual hosts in Apache
and then setup Tomcat versions for each one.  However, I'm going to have one of the developer's
try to route their servlet to a separate output.log file in their code.  I'll let you know
if it works.

-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Rehman []
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 2:59 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Tomcat question

Bliesner, Christopher P wrote:
> Hello,
> I have setup Tomcat 4.12 in conjunction with Apache 2.0.43 on a Solaris UNIX box.  My
question is specific to Tomcat.  I know that I can modify the server.xml to include individual
logfiles under the webapps directory, both Local logs and (I believe) Catalina logfiles. 
However, these logfiles are all inclusive of everything that goes on in Tomcat.  Is there
a way where I could set up individual logs for my developers that are their own personal logfiles.
 Does Tomcat allow for that?  Thanks.

You can certianly set a log file per Context. If you can live with a 
Context per developer, then your problem is solved. It is odd that your 
specific logs are getting extraneous (global tomcat) bits - normally 
that stuff is consumed by the top level logger and doesn't pass down to 
the overriding loggers.

Josh Rehman

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