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SLF4J, Logback configuration on JBoss 5.1

Chandrasekhar Aadhanapattu
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Joined: Feb 29, 2012
Posts: 16
Hi,

We have requirement to use SLF4J. So I am using Logback as backend. I have SLF4J version 1.5.11 and logback 0.9.18.

I am getting the log with double timestamp as follows:
09:55:24,777 INFO [STDOUT] 09:55:24.777 [http-localhost%] DEBUG c.m.e.m.a.a.UpdateBusinessPartnerContactAction - EditCreatePartner method in UpdateBusinessPartnerContactAction called.

Jboss is superseding our configuration for logging.

Please let me know where it has gone wrong.

Thanks,
Chaatna
Peter Johnson
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Joined: May 14, 2008
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JBoss AS configures its logging to capture any output to stdout/stderr, which explains the "[STDOUT]" in the log entry. As far as I know, there is no way to prevent it from doing this short of modifying the JBoss AS code itself.


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