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Enabling tracing for packages in Portal Sever

vijay sagar MAA
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Joined: Jun 22, 2007
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Hi All,

I have business classes in below package with logger.finest() statements. For troubleshooting purpose we always enable tracing in Websphere Portal to capture logger.finest statments.

com.xyz.abc.*=all;

After enabling above tracing, in log files I don't see logger.finest() statements but I see logger.info() which is by default. So I changed the package tracing level to com.xyz.abc.*=finest. But still no use.

Finally when we enable tracing like com.xyz.*=all , we started seeing logger.finest() statements in the trace for the classes under abc package. Though we able to get the loggers Im still confused why the initial trace setting was not working.

Any ideas why it is not working? Any server settings we are missing?

We use WPS 6.0.1.5 and WAS 6.0.2( i think).

Thanks,
Vijay.
 
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