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Rubel Ahammad

Joined: Feb 05, 2005
Posts: 19
hi friends,
i m working as a group member in a sw development firm. we are using tomcat 4.1.29. But the tomcat is not installed in my system. So whatever the information we display information using [Utils.log(".......");] the information is been displayed to the console window of the tomcat. If i need to see these information i need to go to the system in which tomcat is running. Can anybody explain any other techniques that we can implement to see the logged information by sitting locally.

thanks in advance

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Christophe Verré

Joined: Nov 24, 2005
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With Loggers like log4j, you could configure it to output it anywhere, like console, files, mail... Many options. An easy one would be to ouput the log to a file as well if you can access the server's file system.

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Manesh Kumar
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Other option is you can also use realvnc to see the remote screen. You need to install VNC Server in system where Tomcat is installed. And install client in you machine.

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