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From "Carl Mosca" <>
Subject Re: embedded Tomcat (5.5.23) application logging (java.util.logging)
Date Sat, 13 Oct 2007 22:45:40 GMT
I really appreciate the timeliness of all the responses and the theory
behind how and when logging is configured and initialized has been explained
really well.

However I'm not so sure I have explained where I actually am very well.  I
have been able to configure Java logging via the command line and within the
app I wrote which utilizes embedded Tomcat and get desired output.

The output I am not getting is from the either of the two web applications
(which are registered wars).

The part I am not following is if I am getting output from the logging
(which utilizes java.util.logging ) in the application itself and the hosted
web applications are also using java.util.logging, why am I not getting
output from these?

If the configuration is ignored because the JVM has already been
initialized, I would think the configuration set via the Java Control Panel
would be utilized.

I suspect there's something simple I am not doing when I register these

> All the above is correct.  See the API doc for
> java.util.logging.LogManager .  The static initializer for that class
> uses either an instanced of itself or an instance of the class named on
> the aforementioned system property.  Thus, you need to set
> java.util.logging.manager prior to initializing the JVM.

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