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From "James A. N. Stauffer" <stauffer.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: FileAppender location question
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2007 17:30:11 GMT
The relative path should be from the running working directory so change the
working directory for each program.

On 11/2/07, mbraunwart <matt.braunwart@student.neumont.edu> wrote:
> When I started a couple tutorials for Log4J in eclipse, it would store the
> file inside of the folder i specified in the root of the project folder
> without having to give it a full path.
> This current project that I am working with, taking pretty much the same
> xml
> and idea from the tutorials, I am having a problem to where it wants to
> store my logs in the eclipse program folder, as opposed to the project
> root
> folder.
> I have 3 projects set up, one really has nothing to do with the other 2,
> the
> main project where i am gathering my logs is a controller core, and the
> front end is another project that is a j2ee interface which uses the jar
> from the core project.
> Right now I have to feed it an exact path name to where I want the logs
> stored, I'd like to figure out the best way to have it store in a
> "logs/activity.log" from the root of the core project.
> I've tried searching for answers to this but I seem to not either be using
> the right search criteria, or the answer is out there or I'm overlooking
> it.
> I have a feeling it might be a simple answer and I'm overlooking it, but
> any
> help would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
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