Hi Thank you for reading my post. I have a log4j.properties which does not function correctly. i want all log messages to go to a file like: messages.log but it append them to console instead of FileAppender.
Other than getting a warning, your log4j.properties file worked for me. It wrote to messages.log in the directory I was running the java command from. I am using version 1.2.14.
log4j:WARN No such property [target] in org.apache.log4j.FileAppender.
Is it really using the properties file you think it is?
Try adding log4j.debug=true to the properties file or a system property to the java call (it will put out some internal debug info to the console including how it is getting configured):
[edited to add version number] [ January 08, 2007: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
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Thank you for reply. It is fixed now, but another problem that i faces is like this: The logger log hibernate messages but not my own message. here is the code portion that i used to log some messges to this log file. but my own messages are not in the log file and nor in the console
here is my code portion:
why it does not add my own messages to log file?
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your root logger (so rootlogger and everything else that isn't specified) is set to WARN level so debug and info won't be included [ January 08, 2007: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
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subject: can some one say what is wrong with my log4j.properties?