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From Lane <>
Subject confused about simple logging
Date Mon, 23 May 2005 17:01:20 GMT

I'm a bit confused about simple logging on tomcat 5.0.  I've read much of the 
FAQ at but that 
doesn't seem to address what I'm looking for, which is just routine mundane 
daily activity.

For instance, if I create and deploy a simple "Hello World" application that 
contains only index.jsp, no servlets, no external classes and no JNDI 
resources, where on earth will a "hit" be recorded when I navigate to 
http://localhost/helloworld/index.jsp ?  And where is the error recorded if I 
mistype and navigate to http://localhost/helloworld/jndex.JSP ?

Do I have to build such logging into the application?  Or does Catalina handle 
that for me?  And if so ... where on earth?

I'm using FreeBSD installed at /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat5.0

I see log information in /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat5.0/logs/stderr.log 
and /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat5.0/logs/stdout.log but nothing that records a 
"page hit."



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