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eclipse console does not show query statements when the application comes up and when it is run

Manon Baratt
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Hi,

I run eclipse 3.3.1.1 with sysdeo tomcat plugin. I deployed locally to tomcat and ran tomcat outside eclipse. Now that I switched back, running tomcat from within eclipse, the eclipse console does not show all the queries that are run when the application starts and later when it is run.

When I run the code, I get [Ljava.lang.String;@ xxxxx. (xxxxx is a number) instead of the usual query statements.

I appreciate any tips.

Thanks.
 
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