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From Lev A KARATUN <>
Subject Re: How can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 08:41:03 GMT

thanks for precaution, I'll check the docs.

Best Regards, 
Karatun Lev,
RBRU IT Application Support ,
(495) 5464

André Warnier <> 
06.02.2012 12:04
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Re: How can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?

Lev A KARATUN wrote:
> Andre,
> but if a symbolic link is deleted, its target remains unaffected. Are 
> sure that undeployment can damage my logs somehow?
I'd have to dig through the documentation (which you can also do).  But I 
am pretty sure 
that up to some version, Tomcat by default first deleted the *content* of 
whatever was 
pointed to by the symbolic link (in this case, the log directory), then 
the symbolic link 
As I recall, this behaviour was changed at some point, but maybe only when 
some parameter 
is specified.
The "Deployment" section of the Tomcat on-line documentation would be the 
place to start.

Anyway, the way (or a way) to go to do this properly has been indicated in 
a previous 
message by Chuck (the one where he rectified my own sloppy scenario).

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