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From "Carl Mosca" <carljmo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Dynamic logging configuration updates in Tomcat
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2007 20:20:45 GMT
> I've never heard of embedded Tomcat.  That said, the whole deal w/
> embedded systems is that the API is drastically limited so if logging
> isn't working, and this may sound like a dumb question but, is it
> possible that logging just isn't supported?


Yes,  it's possible but not probable based on what I have read and the
responses to my questions late last week.

The webapps contain some generated code which does contain a few
System.out.println's along with logging.

I am getting the std out but I would think the logging would at least go to
the default/configured logging.

I get logging from the "hosting" app just fine and the web apps logging
output is OK when running standalone Tomcat.

Regardless, space isn't really an issue for us in that this webapp is on
> it's own production quality server....unless there's a totally logical
> reason to use an embedded Tomcat instance.


Not an issue here either; this is more of an end-user convenience issue (the
server app along with the hosted web apps are launched/updated via Java Web
Start).

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