1. what is the right way to use log4j within jsp pages stackoverflow.com
I mean, I want the logger name to reflect the source.jsp file, no matter if it is included in another file or compiled to a class or whatever.
2. One Log4j for two Web Applications stackoverflow.com
I have two war files , one is client war file and another is Axis2.war file. Is it possible to have common Log4j for both these Applications (Means both using one ...
3. log4j for logging a Web Application which is in production stackoverflow.com
I am using log4j for logging Our Application which will be into production in three weeks. Our Application will be deployed into remote location server We want to take help of ...
4. encoding non ASCII characters in log4j stackoverflow.com
I use log4j latest version
5. Log4j in JSP coderanch.com
6. Using log4j in JSP coderanch.com
7. Log4j with Servlets coderanch.com
8. using log4j in a servlet coderanch.com
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10. servlet loggin not working (log4j) coderanch.com
11. Using log4j in ServletContextListener coderanch.com
12. Best Practice to load log4j in servlet app coderanch.com
13. Log4J integration in Servlet/JSP application coderanch.com
14. JMS Queue : Log4j Warning coderanch.com
Hi, I have already set jboss-log4j.xml to the classpath like below: export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:$JBOSS_HOME/server/default/conf/jboss-log4j.xml Am still getting the same warning. My jboss-log4j.xml configuration looks like this:
15. location for log4j.properties for my EAR Application coderanch.com
16. Jsp and log4j priority control coderanch.com
Hello, I came across a technique for utilizing the log4j logger within jsp scripts for providing diagnostic feedback. I was hoping I could add, e.g., <% log.debug("some message"); %> throughout my code for development level information and when ready for production, define the priority for the package to ERROR so such messages would no longer be logged without touching code. Seemed ...
17. setup log4j in servlet application java-forums.org
18. Can anyone help how to include log4j in jsp with xml configuration? forums.oracle.com
SirivaniG, Sticking logging straight in the presentation layer doesn't sound like a "robust" design to me... but if you're determined to proceed anyway then I can't see why your shouldn't just import the log4j classes into your JSP pages as you would any other library and then just use them as you normally would in any java app. Google "JSP import" ...
19. Initializing Log4j in servlet forums.oracle.com
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