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How can I verify the ocurrence of <load-on-startup> Servlet? (TOMCAT)

pedro abs
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How can I verify the ocurrence of <load-on-startup> Servlet?
Which log "<tomcat installation>/log" I have to search for verify that some servlet configured with <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup> has been loaded?
Yogendra Joshi
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pedro abs wrote:How can I verify the ocurrence of <load-on-startup> Servlet?
Which log "<tomcat installation>/log" I have to search for verify that some servlet configured with <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup> has been loaded?


Why do you need to know that? Just incase you are still curious to know, then you can use ServletContext.log inside your servlet code and you can check the servlet loaded on the server startup.


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That depends upon how you have logging set up. Generally, logs get written to catalina.out.


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pedro abs
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Ok, thank you very much !!! I put ServletContex.log("...") in the init() method and I can see it !
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