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From Narendra Babu Kirthi <nkir...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: What is the significance of rootCategory in property file.
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 14:16:01 GMT
Hi Yoav,
    Thanks alot for your valuble information.

Regards
Naren

Shapira, Yoav wrote:

>Hi,
>
>  
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>>   Thanks alot for the information.
>>   Can I have any number of log4j properties files under a single web
>>application ?
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>>
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>Yes.  In case of conflicts the last one configured using
>Configurator#configure (or a variant thereof) will determine the
>configuration.
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>>   If so, where to put these properties files under tomcat ?
>>    
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>Wherever you want.  To configure with multiple files you'll have to
>configure log4j programmatically anyways, so put the files wherever you
>want and adjust your code accordingly.
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>>   Are there any guidelines that I have to follow if there are many
>>lo4j properties under a single web app ?
>>    
>>
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>Nothing special.
>
>Yoav
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