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From Ceki Gülcü <c...@qos.ch>
Subject Re: How to setup "log4j.properties" to log serveral different Web applications and log each app to different log files?
Date Wed, 27 Oct 2004 16:14:59 GMT
Hello Ying Lu,

It looks like you are mixing appenders and loggers. They are different things.

At 06:00 PM 10/27/2004, Ying Lu wrote:
>Hello all,
>My question is about how to setup "log4j.properties" for serveral Web 
>The goal is the following:
>. One tomcat server running serveral Application, let's say 3: app1, app2, 
>and app3
>. Each application save its own logs into it own directory
>  app1  save logs to /pkg/logs/app1/test1.log
>  app2  save logs to /pkg/logs/app2/test2.log
>  app3  save logs to /pkg/logs/app3/test3.log
>. In servlets/java programs for these three applications,
>In App1:
>private final static Logger loggerApp1             = Logger.getLogger("app1");
>loggerApp1.info("... something here ...");
>In App2:
>private final static Logger loggerApp2             = Logger.getLogger("app2");
>loggerApp2.info("... something here ...");
>In App3:
>private final static Logger loggerApp3             = Logger.getLogger("app3");
>loggerApp3.info("... something here ...");
>The following is the log4j.properties file setup, but it does not work the 
>way we were expecting
>log4j.rootLogger = INFO, app1, app2, app3
>Thanks a lot,

Ceki Gülcü

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