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logging tomcat

sunny chopra
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Joined: Feb 26, 2005
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Hi,

How an i enable the logging in Tomcat 4. I checked the documentation and according to The Logger Component, I changed the debug level from 0 to 1 and tried with higher number, but this did not create any catalina.out. I want to redirect the output of Tomcat to either catalina.out or some file.

Thanks
David O'Meara
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David O'Meara
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You've posted a duplicate in the Apache/Tomcat forum so I'm closing this copy to prevent duplicate conversations.

Dave
 
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