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Fisher Daniel
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Dear all,
If we have a servlet class that extends Generic Servlet, and use method log(String msg), where is the log file and what is the name of that log file?
thanks
daniel
Bhushan Jawle
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Log file name and location is container dependent
chanoch wiggers
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or to say it another way
which server are you using?


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Fisher Daniel
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I usually use BEA WebLogic 7.0....
daniel
 
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