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Alejandro, thanks for your reply. Yes I do have commons-logging.jar in my WEB-INF\lib. I tried using both log4j and commons logger. but still no use. I don't know what I am missing.
And my doubt about placing the logging.properties files, is there any particular location this file should reside? Because, when i googled for this there were some discussions of the location of this file on tomcat server.
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The default config file for Log4j should be named log4j.properties and must be placed on the root of the application's classpath, but Log4j is highly configurable, please refer to the page I previously gave you and go to the "Example Configurations" section. Also, if you want more help, maybe the rigth forum for this topic should be: "Other Open Source Projects", please go there and post your questions, since this seems not to be related to Struts.
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