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how to disable the log

shyam sunder prasad
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Joined: Mar 23, 2011
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hi friends,

i am using log4j in my application . if suppose i want to disable the log then what i have to do?

i mean ,any property is there to disable the log. please help me.

Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5852

First, please use code tags when posting source code, it makes the source much easier to read. I edited your post for you this time.

As far as turning off the logging, a few ways:

a) Delete the log4j.xml file. If it is not there, logging will not be initialized. Though Log4J does complain about not finding a config file.
b) Create an appender that uses org.apache.log4j.varia.NullAppender. Then change the <root> and the <logger> entries to all reference the null appender. (A variation of this theme is to change all of the currently-defined appenders to used NullAppender.)
c) Change the levels or threshold levels of either the appenders or loggers to OFF.

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