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From donald larmee <dlar...@utopiansoft.com>
Subject Re: ?'s returned from call
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2002 14:54:55 GMT
Try compiling your code w/ the -g switch to include debugging 
information.  Many JustInTime compilers lose locality information during 
runtime optimizations.  However, if you are using a 3rd party jar, you may 
be out of luck.  The ''?' results because the StackTrace being parsed to 
get the locality information is encountering a 'compiled code' instead of a 
valid line number.

Hope it helps.


At 02:32 PM 10/23/2002 +0100, FLYNN, Peter -Syntegra UK wrote:
>We've recently ran some tests with Log4J and are experiencing some strange
>behaviour from some of the calls.
>When I run it on my computer it is fine, but when my colleague runs the same
>test, we get ? for line number
>and method name from locationInformation.
>Would it do this if the symbol table in the class being logged was missing?
>Or could it be something else?
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   donald h. larmee                               dlarmee@utopiansoft.com
                          utopian software concepts, inc.

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