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From "Guillaume Cauchon" <Guillaume.Cauc...@datadirect.com>
Subject Servlet API loggin in tomcat 5.5 vs. tomcat 6
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2009 20:23:16 GMT
I'm actually working on a distributed and one of the component is a
webapp. The development for the webapp started on tomcat 5.5, but for
technical reason we decided to upgrade to tomcat 6 recently...

 

However we realized the logging configuration doesn't seams to be
working the same way! The same webapp running on 5.5 and 6 doesn't
produce the same amount of logging: everything that was produced by the
JspServlet (Servlet API) is missing now; and I guess a lot more is also
missing, but we didn't saw it yet...

 

The logging is based on log4j, using a xml configuration file. We are
using DOMConfigurator to intitialise and monitor the log4j configuration
which can be modified at runtime.

 

I know the Common Logging if the basis of the whole logging architecture
in tomcat, is there something I need to know about the tomcat 6 release
that might be related to this issue?

 

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